The Los Angeles Times from Los Angeles, California on May 12, 1968 · 240
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The Los Angeles Times from Los Angeles, California · 240

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Sunday, May 12, 1968
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- SS ,May 12, 1968-6- mmo iiiiiwwiMii.iiiifiiJe,iwiiH '"""I 1 T , .. ,'5: I s . n I H "r 1 1 ' f 1 I 1 ! !vi " 1 1 s v J l 1 , V !. ' i - C 7 t. - "J I. .V . ,.v 1 ; . ' f J J 7!T- 1 CASUAL LIYING Occidental College students relax in new Eileen Norris Residence Hall, the latest step in the trend toward coeducational housing at Southland colleges. From the left are Miss Judy Warfield, a French instructor; Nancy Corcoran of La Canada, Steve John playing guitar; Judie Jakab and Rob Wright. , . . Times photo Events of the Week Kiwanis Club Talk GLUNDALE Joel Youngquist Glendale College ecorioniics instructor, will; discuss "The United States Economy and the Gold Crisis" for West Glendale Kiwanis Club at noon Monday, May 13, at Pike's Verdugo Oaks Res taurant. Artist Guild Speaker GLENDALE; Artist Arden ".von Dewitz : will demonstrate " and - discuss the art of painting marine life for Glendale Foothill Artist Guild at 8:30 p.m. Thursday, May 16, in Glendale , Federal Building. ; Eye Expert to Speak ARCADIA Dr. David G. Haney, former chief of the department of ophthalmology at the University of Texas, will speak before the San Ga-, briel Chapter of the Diabetes. Assn. - of Southern California at ' 7:30 p.m. Tuesday,, May 14, in the auditorium of Arcadia Methodist Hospital, 300 ; W. Huntington Drive. . , They'll Smash Car : Car smashing will take on a political, hue from noon to midnight Friday May . 17, at the annual Inter Club Council Spring Carnival at East LOs Angeles. College. For a small . donation patrons will be able to take three swings with a' sledge , hammer at the name of a'presidential candidate painted on the side of a car. X-Ray Tests Offered ALHAMBRA Free tests for diabetes, glauco-"ma and chest x-rays will be offered elderly persons at the County Health Center, 612 W. Shorb St., from 9 a.m. to 3 p m. Wednesday, May 15. The tests are open to residents of Al-hambra, San Gabriel, smmiiiiiiiiimiiniiiiiiiiiii 24 DESIGNS OF FENCING (AH print Include post & Ralls) Hand tolit nil t-tt-YoTetf . 39c linft. ' REDWOOD GATES IUttrW-nt$ UrtUJ CtH for Price 61ENBR0QK REDWOOD ' Do-lt-Torelf .5 ft lOfinft. 6 ft UOIiaft UC 1 Temple City, Monterey . Park and Rosemead. Adventists Banquet GLENDALE The Music Guild of Seventh-day Adventists will hold its annual Mother's Day banquet at 6 p.m. in the Glendale Adventist Hospital ;audltorium. Community Talk Set ALHAMBRA Repre-- sentatives of PTA units, the Police and ,1-Health Departments and the school district will meet with the safety, health and , . education committee of the Chamber of Commerce to discuss community problems at 10 Wednesday, May 15. The meet-' ing will be in the chamber office, 11 S. 2nd St. The Castle' Debuts PASADENA Caltech's third annual student presentation, "The Castle," will be performed Friday and Saturday, May 17-18, at 8:30 pjn. in Beckman Auditorium. Rome Lecture Due PASADENA Thomas W. Africa, USC history professor, will lecture on "Roman Government and Empire" Wednesday, May 15, at 7:30 p.m.' in Pasadena High School. Inner Earth Subject . PASADENA "Seismology and the Structure of Chances an Grandma Rented a Piano from GOULD MUSIC CO. W still hov fht kmtst islactlon hi ttiii ana featuring STORY & CLARK, CABLE and othtr .famous inakn FROM $7.00 ra MO. kW Mar Apply on Piochaat CEDAR GRAPE STAKE C!::k 1 VMs I H ' - CI AhedrJ the Earth's Interior" will, be discussed by Don L. Anderson, Caltech associi ate professor of geophysics, Monday, May 13, at 8:30 p.m. in C a 1 1 e c h s Beckman Auditorium. Musical Show Set MONROVIA The 27th -annual musical perfor mance, "Make; Way for Music," featuring five Monrovia High School choirs 'of 300 voices, will be presented Friday and t Saturday, May 17-18, at 8:15 p.m. in the high school auditorium. Belgian Enyoy to Talk PASADENA Hugo Walschap, consul general of Belgium, will speak on . "The Kingdom of Belgium: It's Language, People and History" in Caltech's Dabney Hall Wednesday, May 15at 11 . a.m. ' - : . Program for Boys Slated SOUTH PASADENA A junior high night for boys aged 12 to 14 will be held at the South Pasadena-San Marino YMCA Wednesday, May 15, at 7 p.m...: -. The program will include a swim in the YMCA pool and an auto racing movie. Purpose of the event is to encourage participation of youth in YMCA activities. iniiiiiiiiiniiiiimDuuiii IN STOCK YOURSELP INSTALLED 5n. $1.14 5 FT. $1X4 6 FT. $1.19 6 FT. $1.89 POST 4 RAILS INCL Redwood Grapo Stake Available . : SINCE 1911 Coed College Housing Winning Wide Acclaina Continued from First Page fewer wanting to transfer 'r quit school.' They like change. Men and women T mix ire the livinff room and lobby. - "Men and women can enjoy each other's company without formal dating. If the girls want a fourth , for bridge, the men are-available." , Deans of students Vat Harvey Mudd, Pomona and Pitzer are discussing a further exchange, .with Pitzer furnishing the housing since it has more space. All the Pitzer women and men housed in Sanborn eat in the dining center. The 18 Harvey Mudd women in the Scripps dorm may either eat there or in the Harvey Mudd Campus Center. Registration Factor A fourth Harvey Mudd dormitory yet to be built may be coeducational. The '-. men's dorms are open to women visitors from noon until 1 or 2 a.m. Fridays and Saturdays with registration required on arrival and departure at Pomona, Claremont Men's and Harvey Mudd. Lounges are open daily from 9 a.m. to 2 a.m. ' Robert Rowan and Lor-rie Santillo, seniors, were cochairmen of Pomona's h o u s i n g committee.' In stating, its case,- the committee pointed out that the residence halls are the key to the problem of coed socialization. "Due to the distance i between north (men's) and south (women's) cam-"puses, there is little informal mixing of the sexes short of dating," the re- port states. "Lounges and dining halls on both campuses have remained virtually . segregated in spite of n u ra e rous attempts - to create programs that would encourage greater mixing. ... , . Integration Advantages , The .integration of the. two campuses, the com-' mittee reported, will provide the student greater- opportunity to mature socially and create a more positive - and responsible attitude among students for the quality of: life within 'the residence halls. HURRY D0NT MIS BIG SAYINGS!!! ' . ' ' ' ) I MORE VALUE - GREATER SELECTION, f 3 J W A THE NEWEST COLORS t MATERIALS. IfflJXf C I' J COME, LET US GIVE YOU OUR PRICES W X X -1 TODAY. 7 A X j fi SE3A6 rll : NYLON PILE Extra Una A 1 , ' "It has become increa singly ; evident ' that " the key to a quality (fining catiP!Lal .5 " ' r?7 J.1-. Kllca- . 1 w8 M ed 'eat and run' -dining -halls would bersubstantial-. ly and positively affected by this program. - "The tendency: of - students to be more responsible and self-regulative in coed housing 1 has : been substantiated by our experience with Oldenborg Center and Sanborn Hall. "Our disciplinary problems in these areas have been minimal and where they have occurred the students have responded with a marked sense of community responsibility. In cases where men and women students are able to .discuss together behavioral problems, they generally moderate each other." Dining Hall Cited Pomona will house 89 men in Blaisdell Hall and 58 women in Walker Hall. " Miss Santillo, a resident counselor and a freshman sponsor, said, "I wish J were going to be around to see it work. If we all ate in one dining hall, we wouldn't need coed dorms as much." ' "Upper classmen don't need the social contacts as much as the" freshmen," said Lorrie. "We see how well the sexual exchange works at Oldenborg where the men will talk about something other. than sports and the women will discuss , news rather than dress." ; Mrs. Jean B. Walton, Pomona's dean of women, said she is looking forward WW v.' . . DECORATIVE SUPPLIES GLENDALE - WEST COYINA 120 R. Slendall . 244-7S3I 1211 Syltta 962-3912 OPEN DAILY 9 to 6; MONDAY and FRIDAY 9 to 9; SUNDAY 11 to 4 Dense Construction Continuous Filament Nylon Pile in Many Lovely Colors, Double Jute Back. VISIT OUR , VIIIYL FLOOR DEPT. DISCOUNT PRICES NO KONET DOWN EASY TERMS BANKAMERICARD OX KASTER CHARGE OPEN K3N,THURi, FRL, TTL I PJL 3749LF00TR!IL,PJISASE!U ST5-S34S HI 6-1832 - MU 1-7732 - to next year's new arrangement; "It should add to campus tlife ina ' good way," ,she addedf : r,j . v ; ?y ' "We ' have had no . ad-- verse comments about the program and have ho reason to anticipate any problems. It isr a natural "situa-i. tion f for ? the v men and ' women to b e c 0 m"e ac- -quainted ; informally rath er than on a dating basis." " ' At" Car Poly, 'residence halls for men and women which will open in tember will have a Sep- ?' com-i ' mon reception center. A , new dining hall will he ; used by men and women living on campus,, who . now share a cafeteria with day students. . During the s u rn m e r quarter, one Cal Poly dorm is coeducational. The rest of the year, men have three dorms and . women one. . La Verne College may consider coed dorms if a new residence is built. There are two men's and two women's dorms now that cannot be adapted for coed use. All students eat at Davenport Dining Hall. Pioneer Days Fete Slated SAN GABRIEL Students at Mission' High School will hold their' annual Pioneer Days celebration Saturday and Sunday, May 18-19,' at the school's campus, 254 S. Santa Anita Ave. Other events will include a dance at the school auditorium Saturday evening and a carnival. For Sale! RANCH HOME & POOL Lmly ham m rntiitted R-0 M In WEST ARCADIA hu 1800 ft., pnilv wtll to mil ret k Iniu. 2 floor to colllnf tone llr(leM, til elaetrte MtehM. J 1 0.000 Baker 20x40 hMttd-filteretf tool tuf much more. Interior Ilka naw. $47,500. J. S. BARTLETT. R.E. Broker, 3SI8 W. t. LA. Telephone 383-771 1 or Evee. 447-8733 Write. P.O. Box I0W. 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