Thorne Hall Travel Series program

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Thorne Hall Travel Series


“Lapland Adventures”


Francis R. Line

This year the management of Thorne Hall has been most fortunate in receiving active cooperation and interest from various organizations. Groups of the community have helped to sponsor the Artist Series; the Parent-Teacher Associations are conducting the Children’s Matinee Programs for their enterprise; and the Occidental College Faculty Women’s and Mothers’ Clubs have sponsored the Travel Series. These latter groups are engaging in this project to provide a general scholarship fund for deserving students. We feel that the results of this project will be three-fold: the increase of the scholarship fund; an enlargement of the program of Thorne Hall; and most important, the promotion of a greater understanding and congeniality within the membership of the several clubs. To these people, who have so ably assisted us, we extend our sincere thanks and appreciation.


Alpha Sorority

Alpha Tau Omega Fraternity Beta Phi Delta Sorority

Delta Omicron Tau Sorority Gamma Kappa Theta Sorority Kappa Epsilon Chi Sorority

Kappa Sigma Fraternity
Off Campus Mothers’ Club
Phi Gamma Delta Fraternity
Sigma Alpha Epsilon Fraternity
Zeta Tau Zeta Sorority
Occidental College Faculty Women’s Club

“Lines on Line”

Francis R. Line is a graduate of the University of Michigan and a member of Phi Beta Kappa. At the age of 11 he traveled with his brother by bicycle throughout eastern America, at 18 he hiked to every state in the Union, at 21 he had been to most of the countries of the world. At the University, he specialized on Pacific problems, and has a wide acquaintance with this area. He is one of America’s foremost color photographers.


Coffee will be served in the forecourt of Thorne Hall directly after the performance. It is hoped that everyone will partake. The hostesses for this evening are Mrs. H. H. Bingham, Alpha Tau Omega; Mrs. George Baker, Phi Gamma Delta; Mrs. L. C. Chandler, Off-Campus Mothers’ Club; and Mrs. 0. Paul Straubinger, Faculty Women’s Club. The coffee is served through the courtesy of the Ben Hur Coffee Company.

The public is cordially invited to attend an organ recital by Mr. Walter E.
Hartley on November 3, Sunday afternoon, at 5 p.m. This is the second in a
series of monthly recitals which fall on the first Sunday of each month.

The next Children’s Matinee Program will be held on Saturday, November 9, at 2 p.m. It will feature an organ recital, short subjects, and a children’s ballet from the Norma Gould School of the Dance. Children, ten cents; adults, twenty-five.

Ibsen’s play, “The Master builder,” will be the attraction at the second event in the Occidental College Artist Series. Mr. Fritz Leiber, noted Shakespearean actor, will be starred. Mr. Leiber will be supported by members of the Occidental Players under the direction of Joseph Batcheller. The date is November 12, Tuesday evening, at 8:15 p.m. Reservations, ALbany 3151.