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Mr. Coulson Speaks Before Local Club [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 29 October 1930
Mr. Coulson Speaks Before Local Club The literary department of the Santa Monica Bay Woman's Club, under the leadership of Mrs. H. 0. Jensen, listened to a talk given by Mr. Edwin R. Coulson, "Is free verse here to stay?" last Monday. The speaker discussed the advantages and disadvantages of free verse. By way of example, he presented some of the writers who use free verse. To exemplify the writing of verse, Mr. Coulson presented in particular the works of Carl Sandburg, one of the most successful of modern poets. Traditional verse, also presented by way of interest, is represented well by Edwin Arlington Robinson. Last week Mr. Coulson spoke before the Woman's University Club.
Venice Alumni to Meet [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 29 October 1930
Venice Alumni to Meet Of interest to all alumni of the Venice High School is the announcement by Mr. Alfred Newton, president of the asso iation, that the annual reunion of former Gondoliers will be held Friday, Nov. 7. The get-together is in the form of a dinner-dance, and will be held at the High School on that date. Miss Baker, who may be reached at the school, requests all reservations to be in by November 3. If you plan on going to drop her a line saying how many are in your party, and you will be sure of a plate. This is the most ambi •tious affair attempted by former students, and the committee in charge has arram»cd an interesting program. Remember the date —Friday, November 7, 6:30 p. m. Place —Venice High School. Cost —21 per plate. Betty Livingston attended a performance of "One Night at Susie's" at Warner Brothers' Hollywood Theater, Saturday.
HUMOR [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 29 October 1930
HUMOR Eve: Do you know of anything smaller than ray feet? Art: Yes, your shoes. Angry Prof.: You're the biggest sap I've ever met! Student quietly: You forget yourself. "Papa, I saved ten cents today. I ran all the way to school behind a streetcar. "Why didn't you run behind a taxicab and save a dollar?" Kind Gentleman, to little boy eating an apple: Look out for the worms, sonny. Boy: When I eat an apple the worms have to look out for themselves. Teacher, looking over Teddy's home work: I don't see how it's possible for a single person to make so many mistakes. Teddy: It isn't a single person teacher. Father helped me. The Prince of Wales, who once detested public speaking, and found it difficult to do, has buckled down to it in earnest, and now finds it easy, he says. As easy, you might say, as falling off a horse. SPIN-DRIFT Captain to first mate: "I am going to log you for every day you appear on this bridge drunk." First Mate, "Yes, sir." Review of log book for next four days: ...
Foreign Students Meet at Y. M. C. A. [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 29 October 1930
Foreign Students Meet at Y. M. C. A. | The Y. M. C. A. held its regular meeting at 211 Broadway, Monday evening, October 27. James Davis had charge of the evening. Reports of the conference at Camp Bethel were given by members who attended. A business meeting was held before the discussion, and plans were made for the next meeting. An invitation has been extended to all foreign men students, and other men students of the J. C., to attend the next meeting, which is to be held November 10. A wonderful meeting is being planned by the committee, and they are hoping to have some special speaker for the evening.
First Of Student Concert Programs Is Great Success [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 29 October 1930
First Of Student Concert Programs Is Great Success " Matzenauer has never previously sung quite so well, in my estimation," stated Miss Doris Moon, in review of the concert series primiere. The theater was nearly packed, in spite of the fact that the warm weather induced many students to listen to the call of the sea. From all indications the "S. R. 0." sign will greet late comers to the future concerts. Five more concerts are scheduled. They are: The Royal Russian Chorus —Nov. 6. Guy Maier —Jan. 9. Music and Arts Quartet —Feb. 3. Cherniavsky Trio—March 19. There are still a few season tickets available, according to Miss Doris Moon, chairman of the department of music. They are $1 for students, and 32.50 for faculty members.
Sinkers N'Coffee Fortify Debaters [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 29 October 1930
Sinkers N'Coffee Fortify Debaters The Thursday evening meeting of the debate section was declared a success by all who attended. Mr. Walter Wallbank's celebrated "phone booth" was the scene of action, and Mrs. Wallbank's culinary art the chief attraction, with the forensic science as runner-up. Many intricacies of the science were expounded, and a mode of attacking the proposition, " Resolved, that the United Stages should adopt the fortyhour week," was discussed. More than fifteen students attended the conclave, among whom were the misses: Desnoyers, McCance, Cargill and Stein, and the Messers Redden, Henn, Jim Moore, Jim Davis, Hartung, Seasholtz, Reynolds and Morrell. Several who attended are not going out for debate, but wish to aid in the research work and the general preparing of the team.
Dr. George Butler Visits Santa Monica [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 29 October 1930
Dr. George Butler Visits Santa Monica The secretary of the standing committee on junior colleges, of the association of colleges and secondary schools of the Southern states, Dr. George P. Butler of Augusta, Georgia, and also president of the Augusta Junior College, visited here Tuesday. Dr. Butler is visiting California and making rounds of certain of the junior colleges here in the state, in order to prepare a report for the annual meeting of his association in December.
Kersey School Visitor [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 29 October 1930
Kersey School Visitor Friday the State Superintendent of Public Instruction, Vierling Kersey, paid a visit to the Santa Monica schools. He gave a talk before the Lincoln Junior High School, and also the juniors and seniors of the High School. After that he looked over the Junior College, leaving here to talk before the Rotary Club. The next meeting of the-Y. W. C. A will be at 7:30 on November 10.
Los Hidalgos Plan Dinner and Theatre Party a la espanol [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 29 October 1930
Los Hidalgos Plan Dinner and Theatre Party a la espanol Los Hidalgos, the Spanish club, met Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Cejudo. After a program in which Allan Freeman sang " Lost in London Town," Adele Winn read a poem in Spanish, and Mrs. Cejudo and Ed Viliarreal read a play, it was decided that instead of having a business meeting Wednesday, November 5, the club would go into Los Angeles, cat a real Spanish dinner near the Plaza, and attend a Spanish play at the new International Theater. Mrs. Cejudo is searching diligently for a play which the Spanish Club will give before the students at an assembly. After the program and the business meeting, Mrs. Cejudo served Mexican chocolate, in which cookies were "gedunked," and powdered corn. The latter was eaten with screwed-up faces after Mrs. Cejudo said to hold your breath while eating it. The programs were made by Misses Virginia and Catherine Cargill. On the outside there was a shield, which will probably become the shield for the...
"Breakers" Scene of Y.M.C.A. Meeting [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 29 October 1930
"Breakers" Scene of Y.M.C.A. Meeting Beginning their meeting with a swim at the Breakers and following it with a pot-luck dinner, the girls of the Y. W. C. A. met last Monday evening at 5:30. After the dinner and devotional period the group divided into two parts and had a discussion on charrn by one, and on handicraft by the other group. The handicraft group, under the direction of Alice Lloyd, planned to do little things that will be used for Christmas, while the girls discussing charm were led by Miss Livingston.
German Club Meets After Postponement [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 29 October 1930
German Club Meets After Postponement Wedding postponed! Dejectedly the young lady sat and waited, but her heart's desire did not appear. The minister, the best man, the maids of honor, not even the guests showed up —no one. But the young lady was again engaged in those heavenly raptures occasioned by the coming nuptials, when the whole confounded outfit met at her house last Tuesday. For some unforeseen reason, the German Club did not meet as prearranged, but did so last night at the residence of Helen Stelzriede, the "young lady" eulogized above. Young Lochinvar, in the form of Herr Chambers, will present himself as bravely as ever after his short delay in the pursuit of his loved one.
Musical Program for Cosmopolitan Club [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 29 October 1930
Musical Program for Cosmopolitan Club A program that promises to be most interesting will be given at the Cosmopolitan Club. The program will be of a musical nature. Miss Frances Hudson, talented student of the Jaysee, will render several violin solos. She will be accompanied by Alice Willers. The numbers which Miss Hudson will play are: Praeludium und Allegro, by Fritz Kreisler; and L'Abeille (The Bee) by Francois Shubert. The meeting at which the musical program is to be presented will be held Wednesday evening, October 29, at 7:30 o'clock. The hostess for the evening is Mrs. Stein of 2223 Malcolm Avenue, YVesfwood. Mabel Forburger served as maid of honor at a Los Angeles wedding recently. Margaret Johnson attended a perfor mance of "Madam Satati."
Y. W. C. A. Stages Bridge Party for Benefit of Worker [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 29 October 1930
Y. W. C. A. Stages Bridge Party for Benefit of Worker The bridge benefit staged by the local branch of the Y. W. C. A. was a huge success, declared President Ruth Hunt. Many Junior College people attended, among them being: Mabel Forburger, Adele and Jane Winn, Betty Livingston, Grace and Lydia Fetherolf, Dorothy Murray and Lucille Williams; among the men were Eric Moore, Glenn Reineman, Ross Jester and Jack Burriston. Mr. and Mrs. Bauer represented the faculty. First prize for the men was won by Eric Moore, and for the women by Mrs. Bauer. The booby prizes were won by Glenn Reineman and Jennie Boswortlr, respectively. The benefit staged for Maude Russell, a Y. W. C. 'A. worker in China. An oriental motif was used throughout. The prizes were furnished by Sponberg's and J. C. Penny's. A large cake was presented bv Andy Witchel.
Student Speaks to Future Scientists [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 29 October 1930
Student Speaks to Future Scientists At the last meeting of the Engineering Club Mr. William W. Harper, one of the Junior College students, spoke about radio television, one of the newset inventions of the age. This has not been perfected as yet, and so offers an opportunity for the minds of the future geniuses to show their worth. Mr. Harper is an authority on all subjects concerning radio. He is engineering editor of the trades journals, and at one time was at the head of the research department of the Zenith Radio Company. Club members met in room 12 last Tuesday, at ten o'clock. At every meeting of the club some subject that is particularly interesting in the engineering world is discussed, and the problems and perplexities which that phase offers are coped with in a truly scientific way.
Associated Women Students Assemble [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 29 October 1930
Associated Women Students Assemble The Associated Women Students have planned an assembly for the third period on Tuesday, November 4, and all of the girls of the college are invited to attend. It has been found that several girls do not know that the A. W. S. is inclusive of all of the girls of the school. This organization is similar to the Girls' League in the High School, and every girl in the student body is automatically a member. The program is to be very interesting, and everyone should come to it.
Music Club To Meet [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 29 October 1930
Music Club To Meet The newly formed Music Club will meet next Monday evening, November 3, at 7:30 o'clock in room 11. The cabinet, which met last Monday evening, has promised a very delightful and entertaining program, and invites all of those sutdents interested to come out.
Permanent Club Calendar [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 29 October 1930
Permanent Club Calendar CLUB REGULAR MEETING TIME PLACE PRESIDENT Athenaeum first and third third period Room 11 John Reynolds Thursday A. W. S. first and third third period Room 11 Margaret Johnson Tuesday Cosmopolitan first and third 7:30 p. m. Eric Moore Wednesday German second and fourth 7:30 p. m. Arthur Redden Wednesday Lettermen every Thursday "x" period Field house Bill Athey Y. W. C. A. Cabinet first and 3:35 Room 11 Ruth Hunt third Monday Regular meeting 7:30 p. m. "Y" house second and fourth Monday Y. M. C. A. Cabinet first and 3:35 Room 12 Ted Gross third Monday Regular meeting 7:30 p. m. 211 Bdway second and fourth Monday I W. A. A. Belle Waltz j Glee Howard Andrews | Engineering .......