Notes

Notes
55
Verne A. Stadtman, The University oflCaliflornia, 1868-1968 (New York: McGraw-Hill, 1970), pp. 382, 412-413.
56
Claremont, Califlornia: A College Town Among the Orange Groves real estate brochure, n.p., circa 1890
"The Story Behind Pomona College," Pomona Progress-Bulletin, September 28, 1974.
57
Walton Bean, Califlornia: An Interpretive History (New York: McGraw-Hill, 1968), p. 277.
58
Margaret Gilbert Mackay, Los Angeles Proper and Improper (Los Angeles: Goodwin Press, 1938), p. 66.
59
Manuel P. Servín and Irish Higbie Wilson, Southern Califlornia audits Universities (Los Angeles: Ward Ritchie Press, 1969),p. 18.
60
Andrew F. Rolle, Occidental College: The First Seventy-Five Years, 1887-1962 (Los Angeles: Occidental College, 1962), p. 8.
61
Newsweek, November 23, 1970, p. 91.
62
Charles W. Cooper, Whittier: Independent College in Califlornia (Los Angeles: Ward Ritchie Press, 1969), pp. 179-183.
63
David A. Kamen, "The New Santa Cruz Campus: An Idyllic Experiment," The Daily Califlornian Weekly Magazine, March 1, 1966, p. 8.
64
Rockwell D. Hunt, History ofl the College ofl the Pacific, 1851-1951 (Stockton: College of the Pacific, 1951), passim.
66
W.W. Robinson, editor, What They Said About the Angels (Pasadena, California: Val Trefz Press, 1942), 88 pp.
Garet Garrett, "Los Angeles in Fact and Dream," Saturday Evening Post, October 18, 1930
Willard Huntington Wright, "Los Angeles, The Chemically Pure," Smart Set, March, 1913
J. Gregg Layne, Annals ofl Los Angeles (San Francisco: California Historical Society, 1935).
67
Paul Jordan-Smith, The Taming ofl the Frontier (New York: Minton, Balch and Company, 1925).
68
Wesbrook Pegler, "Fair Enough" (syndicated column of November 22, 1938), reprinted in Robinson, What They Said About the Angels.
69
Letter from Benjamin Ide Wheeler, April 30, 1907 (?), Clare- mont College Archives.
70
Hunt, College ofl the Pacific, 145-160.
71
Rockwell D. Hunt, The First Half-Century (Los Angeles: Uni- versity of Southern California, 1930), 107 pp.
Norman Top- ping, The University ofl Southern Califlornia: An Institution and a Community (New York: The Newcomen Society of North America, 1966), 28 pp.
Servin and Wilson, Southern Califlornia and Its University, passim
John R. Thelin, "Life and Learning in Southern California: Private Colleges in the Popular Culture," History ofl Education Quarterly, Spring, 1975, pp. 111-117).
72
Rolle, Occidental, 28-29.
73
Six Collegiate Decades (Los Angeles: First Security National Bank, 1929).
74
Stadtman, University of Califlornia, 213-235
Andrew W. Hamil- ton and John B.Jackson, UCLA On the Move: During Fifty Years, 1919-1969 (Los Angeles: Ward Ritchie Press, 1969), pp. 1-50.
75
Stadtman, "Colleges in the Pork Barrel," University of California, 385-388.
76
Michael Novak, "Football: The Regional Religion," The Joy of Sports: End Zones, Bases, Baskets, Balls, and the Consecration oj the American Spirit (New York: Basic Books, 1976).
77
Cooper, Whittier, 146
Hamilton and Jackson, UCLA on the Move, 168-186.
78
Edwin Slosson, Great American Universities (New York: Mac- Millan, 1910), pp. 137-139,160.
79
David Starr Jordan, "Football: Battle or Sport?" The Pacific Monthly, March, 1908.
80
Servin and Wilson, Southern California and Its University, 169-172.
81
Ibid., 174.
82
Games of the Xth Olympiad: Los Angeles—1932 Official Report (Los Angeles: Xth Olympiad Committee, 1933), 815 pp.
83
"Sports Records Move West," Life, June 7,1937, p. 72.
84
Ray Kennedy, "427: A Case in Point," Sports Illustrated, June 10, 1974, pp. 86-100.
85
Cooper, Whittier, 48.
86
"Gremlins on the Loose—Cal Tech Steals Card Act," Los An- geles Times, January 3, 1961.
89
Kevin Starr, Americans and the California Dream, 1830 to 1915 (New York: Oxford University Press, 1973), 494 pp.
90
Richard G. Lilliard, "Revolution by Internal Combustion," in Carey McWilliams, ed., The California Revolution (New York: Grossman Publishers, 1968) pp. 84-89
Bean, "The Automobile Revolution," California, 377-379.
91
Slosson, Great American Universities, 363.
92
George Anthony Weller, Not to Eat, Not for Love (New York: Harrison Smith and Robert Haas, 1933), p. 6.
93
James Q. Wilson, "The Political Culture of Southern Califor- nia," Commentary, May, 1967.
94
Dick Goldstone, "Frosh Fancies" column, Daily Bruin, Novem- ber 13, 1929
Albert G. Pickerell and May Dornin, The University of California: A Pictorial History (Berkeley: The University of California, 1968), p. 252.
95
Clark Kerr, "The Idea of a Multiversity," The Uses of the Uni- versity (New York: Harper and Row, 1966), p. 5.
96
Servin and Wilson, Southern California and Its University, Ch. 7.
97
Pickerell and Dornin, University of California, 277.
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