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Annual Hashing, Raffle To Aid in Collection Of WSSF Funds [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 13 March 1953
Annual Hashing, Raffle To Aid in Collection Of WSSF Funds Occidental’s annual World Student Service Fund drive will start Monday, according to co-chairmen Dick Rush and Dixon Trueblood. “The money collected will help students in other countries obtain many supplies such as books and chairs which we here at Oxy take for granted,” Trueblood said. The WSSF committee has planned a week of activities, highlights of which will be the annual faculty hashing and the sock raffle. Faculty Works for Tips Wednesday noon, faculty members will don aprons and join the culinary crew to assist students in unloading their trays in return for a tip. Students are'urged by WSSF organizers to bring change to lunch with them to contribute to the faculty WSSF workers. The sock raffle, culminating weeks of knitting for Tiger femmes, will be held Friday noon in the quad. Tickets are 25 cents and can be purchased from WSSF workers starting Monday. “This is the one big drive of the year outside of Tiger Chest ...
Drama, Talks Spark RE Week [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 13 March 1953
Drama, Talks Spark RE Week Highlighted with a dramatic production, dorm bull sessions, faculty panels, and several major addresses, Occidental’s annual Religious Emphasis Week begins Sunday, March 22, according to Pat Whitherel, RE Week publicity chairman. “Quest for Direction” will be the general theme. “Parent Sunday” will initiate the week’s activities, and Fireside Fellowship will sponsor a production of “The Face of God” that evening. Students will hear the Rev. Edward Stein of San Diego Monday morning in Thorne at 11:00. He will speak on “Science, Idols, and Confusion.” Stein is the principle speaker of the week. The young Presbyterian minister is currently pastor of the College Park Presbyterian church in San Diego. He is also a Director of Student Work and teacher of a counselling course in that city. Stein received his A.B. at UCLA, a B.D. at the Princeton Theological Seminary, and has nearly completed work for a Ph D at U.S.C. ’ Also scheduled for Monday Is informal discus...
'Face of God' Plays Tonight [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 13 March 1953
'Face of God' Plays Tonight Masks, pagan dance and music enhance Occidental Players playmill performance of Face of God being given in Thorne 8 at 8:15 this evening, and again March 22 at 7:00 o’clock. No admission will be charged, announces Gary E. Philips, director. Extreme lighting effects illuminate the setting to create the illusion of a shadowy granite temple set high amid mountainous heights. Gale Dunn supervises this aspect of the performance. Bill McKenzie is cast in the role of Amadre, the craftsman who fashions death masks for pagan rituals of sacrifice and festival. Amid the clangor of Imagined cymbals, he reveals the futility of such practices to Diane Woodford in the role of Gil r a, a fascinating young dancing girl who unfolds to Amadre her hidden loves and desires. As the priestess of the sanctuary, Vayaka, Joyce Hopping unleashes built up emotions and hatreds, and shows a powerful personality to whom even the strong submit. Darryl Guy at the control board sets the s...
'REPAIRS' ONLY ITEM TO EXCEED Ist TERM BUDGET [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 13 March 1953
'REPAIRS' ONLY ITEM TO EXCEED Ist TERM BUDGET Student body Finance Chairman Jim Ensign reports that everybody stayed within the school budget last semester except for an item marked “repairs.” It was necessary to repair the chairs which are in the lounge of the cooler. The cost was paid in part by the student body fund but there was an excess cost of $2OO, which had to come out of surplus funds. There was a surplus in the budget last September of $l2OO. But because of the extra cost of the chairs, an unexpected decrease in the enrollment this semester which caused the student body fund to lose an expected $250, and a fee of $3OO necessary to underwrite the spring musical, the surplus has been reduced to $450. The student body budget was recently revised by Red Gresham, Jim Ensign and Miss Creager to account for the reduced income from Student Body fees and additional expenses. “This $450 surplus should be enough to carry us through the rest of the year,” said Jim Ensign, “barring an...
RO Ball Date Upped [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 13 March 1953
RO Ball Date Upped The date of the All-College Military Ball formerly scheduled for April 25 has been changed to April 18, according to James Sanderson, who is planning the event. The dance is being sponsored by the OXY AFROTC and will be held at the Glendale Civic Auditorium.
Raitt to Interview Work Camp Prospects [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 13 March 1953
Raitt to Interview Work Camp Prospects Summer Work Projects are available to all college students who have the summer to spend working for others. There are many various jobs available through the American Friend’s Service Committee in the United States and Europe. Mr. Walt A. Raitt. College Secretary of the Pacific Southwest Regional Office of the AFSG, will be at Oxy next Tuesday and Wednesday for interviews. He will interview in the Student Church Office, 4th floor of Johnson hall. Appointments should be made with the secretary in the Chaplain’s office. It is possible that Mr. Raift will visit sociology and psychology classes. Dick Rush is handling the advertising of the work projects and Mr. Raitt’s visit. Internes in Industry are offering positions in five of the large industrial cities of the US for working toward solving some of the most pressing social problems faced by people who live in large industrial centers. Work Camps and Community Service Units need work campers to a...
Forest Lawn Deadline Closes in On Tiger Scribes Next Weekend [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 13 March 1953
Forest Lawn Deadline Closes in On Tiger Scribes Next Weekend “Only one weekend left” was the warning issued yesterday by spokesmen of Alpha Phi Gamma, national journalism fraternity, concerning entries in the Forest Lawn Journalism Awards contest. Entries are due next Friday by high noon in J37, and must be submitted with entry blanks made out in triplicate. “$550 is just waiting to be taken by enterprising Oxy students,” says Hank Dickson, APG president. The awards will be divided among 17 contestants, three of whom will win $lOO, one $5O, four $25 and ten $lO. Prospective contestants are reminded that it is quite possible to find enough time during the coming weekend to whip out the maximum required wordcount of 1250, Contest rules call for one essay of not more than 750 and another of not more than 500 words. Topics are provided. They call for one paper on a specific theme, the other on almost any subject the writer chooses. “We cannot emphasize too strongly the importance of cla...
Assembly Switched [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 13 March 1953
Assembly Switched The assembly scheduled originally for Thursday will be moved up to 4th hour Tuesday, according to a statement issued this week by the office of Acting President Glenn Dumke. The switch was made due to a conflict in the schedule of Pianist Frederick Marvin, who is to present the program.
Wanna Job? Research Lab Reps To Talk to Tigers Next Tuesday Morn [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 13 March 1953
Wanna Job? Research Lab Reps To Talk to Tigers Next Tuesday Morn Representatives of the Naval and National Bureau of Standards Research and Development .laboratories of California will be on campus next Tuesday at 9 a.m. to interview and select seniors and graduate students for employment in engineering, scientific research and development work in California. Excellent career opportunities are offered by these laboratories in almost all scientific and engineering fields relating to the research and development of guided missiles, radar, rockets, electronic equipment and many other areas of weapon development and basic scientific research. Students who are employed will work with outstanding scientists and engineers in the finest and best equipped research laboratories in the coun try. The research programs and facilities of the laboratories offer their employees an unusual opportunity to develop professionally and to contribute to the advancement of scientific and engineering techno...
Field to Be in Use Next Month [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 13 March 1953
Field to Be in Use Next Month Tiger athletes will be able to use the renovated Bell Field about the middle of next month, according to Mr. Harris Purdy, Superintendent of Grounds. The treatment, which cost about $l5OO, was for Dallas Grass and improper grading. The sprinkler system was also improved for a more extensive coverage of the field. Students can help to keep Bell Field in top condition by observing the following suggestions: 1) Remind outsiders that the field is for the use of Oxyites* and can only be used by others with the permission of the college; 2) replace all divots; 3) rotate activity areas, so that one part is not in use all of the time. “We are sorry about the lack of athletic fields,” Purdy continues. “The fact that the baseball field suffered during the work on Bell is unfortunate, but it was felt that the situation was similar to a person who uses the garage while his house is being built. The ultimate result should prove satisfactory, however, and justify the...
Time Ends for Series Ducats [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 13 March 1953
Time Ends for Series Ducats Today is the last day to get tickets for the concert of Frederick Marvin, a young pianist, who will be presented in tha Thorne Hall Artist Series next Monday. Tickets may be obtained at the Thorne Hall box office from 11:30 a.m, to 1:00 p.m. This brilliant young concert pianist was formerly a member of the music faculty at Occidental. After his Carnegie Hall recital in 1948, he was hailed by Virgil Thompson a* “the finest young pianist I have encountered lately.’’
Small Colleges Make Scholars [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 13 March 1953
Small Colleges Make Scholars In a recent study made by Mademoiselle magazine of four-year accredited colleges, “small liberal arts colleges, privately controlled and nondenominational” were found to be the most abundant producers of scholars. The February edition of the national magazine points to Swarthmore, Reed, University of Chicago, Oberlin, Carleton, and Antioch institutions as the top six producers of eminent scholars today. The colleges are characterized by factors quite applicable to Occidental. Says Madarrioiselle: “If you haven’t heard of some of them (the colleges) it may be because at these colleges football is a game to be played for the fun of it. None of these colleges has national sororities. All but one are small liberal arts colleges, all are privately controlled and nondenominational, though three were founded by church groups. All choose students not only for scholastic aptitude and what they can learn from this college but also for what they can teach each othe...
Folk Festival To Be Presented By Oxy's Cosmopolitan Club Tickets Sell at Door for 25c [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 13 March 1953
Folk Festival To Be Presented By Oxy's Cosmopolitan Club Tickets Sell at Door for 25c Vienese waltzes, European polkas, fox trots and square dances are only a few of the dances that all Oxy Tigers can take part in tonight at the “Folk Dance Festival,” presented by the Cosmopolitan Club in the Women’s Gym at 8:15 p.m. Tickets are 25 cents and will be sold at the door says Pat McClatchey, co-chairman of the club. “Native costumes and decorations will lend added atmosphere to the evening’s gaity,” states Catherine Makinikila, co-chairman of the club and director of the program. Foreign Songs, Dances Foreign dances and songs performed by the foreign students and their groups will open the evening’s entertainment. Kurt Rosdahl will sing two Danish love songs followed by a song and dance of Japan directed by Sue Ito. A German skit featuring the German Waltz will be presented under the guidance of Gertrude Peetz, followed by a Greek dance directed by Miss Makrinikola. Emit Layague will per...
CURTAIN GOES UP NEXT WEEK FOR MUSICALS [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 13 March 1953
CURTAIN GOES UP NEXT WEEK FOR MUSICALS By SANDY ROBBINS Boom! Ma Clop is at it agin. She hasn’t tigered out how to use the ignition system on the new-fangled auto she done invented, and the dern thing blows up every time she puts a match to the gasoline tank. And then that there haystack —well? Such antics are not foreign to the ASOC musical, “Where There’s a Will,” appearing on the Thorne Hall stage next Friday and Saturday nights. The show, written by Joel Davis and Nancy Ragan, is a satire on musicals. It will poke fun at all participants the authors, singers, actors and audience. SI.OO for Tickets Each purchaser of tickets will receive a dollar, announced Davis recently. The ducats cost $l, and are on sale now in the quad during the noon hour. Instead of the traditional love songs will be an "abomination oration,” the Hate Song, sung by Rachel Bryant. A series of skits, too, have been written for the people who tried out for the show but couldn't act. A special student orchestra...
AUDLEY'S SECRET' BRINGS BIG PROFIT [Newspaper Article] — Occidental — 13 March 1953
AUDLEY'S SECRET' BRINGS BIG PROFIT Under the leadership of Las Amigas, mothers club of Occidental, the opening night of Lady Audley’s Secret played to a near-full house. Approximately one grand was taken in at the ticket box, the profit of which will go to the Student Council Fund in provision for the psychiatrist at Emmon’s Health Center. Tickets had been assigned to each member of the club, sororities and fraternities, and in most cases all were successfully sold.
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