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CORSAIRS DEFEAT PREACHERS [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 5 November 1930
CORSAIRS DEFEAT PREACHERS California Christian College Freshmen Defeated by Rejuvenated Corsair Team; Flashy Running, Passing Attack Used A fighting band of Corsairs, led by Captain Wally Hickman, crushed the California Christian College frosh last Saturday, on Samohi field. It looked like a greatly-improved Corsair machine, and when Coach Mishler leads his boys against San Bernardino a week from this Saturday, we should see a victory. Santa Monica's passing attack was the outstanding feature of the game. Time and again passes were completed from Hickman or^* Greenlaw to Fredericks or O'Rourke, Enrico Looks Good Nes Enrico started at a running guard berth and turned in a whale of a game. He made tackle after tackle, and seemed to be in every play. Ted Greenlaw showed his usual ability as a line-plunger. His runs netted the Corsairs several nice gains. Captain Wally Hickman also played a sterling game at his halfback position. His passes were swift and accurate, and he got away fro s...
Jaysee Scores [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 5 November 1930
Jaysee Scores Santa Monica J. C. 33 Calif. Christian Frosh 0 Chaffey J. C 65 San Bernardino J. C. 0 Compton J. C 38 Fullerton J. C 6 Long Beach J. C 13 Los Angeles J. C. 6 Pasadena J. C 7 Glendale J. C. 6 Santa Ana J. C 33 Phoenix J. C 13 "The Poor Nut," a popular comedy of college life, has been secured as the upper division dramatics production at Compton Junior College.—Tartar Shield.
TARGET PRACTICE « STORT DLFRTJJ [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 5 November 1930
TARGET PRACTICE « STORT DLFRTJJ By FRED SALTER The Corsairs showed us a fancy passing attack Saturday, against California Christian College frosh. Whether it was because of poor defense on the part of the visitors, or because the Corsairs have improved, we don't know, but they dazzled their opponents with as pretty an aerial attack as has ever been seen on Samohi field. The combination, Hickman to Frederics, worked time and again, with O'Rourke and Bill Athey also snagging some nice ones from Walty. Bill Athey made his initial gridiron appearance for S. M. J. C. Saturday, and showed he hasn't forgotten how to play football. He was a shining light on defense, besides pulling some nice passes out of the ozone. Athey gained his football experience at Samohi, where he played three years under Floyd Mishler. The Frosh team showed plenty of fight and tried hard, but they were clearly outclassed by the up-and-coming Corsairs. Herrod, at guard for the Preachers, stood out and played a sterl...
Team Points For San Berdoo Game Here November 15 [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 5 November 1930
Team Points For San Berdoo Game Here November 15 Reposing on its partly regained presitge after trimming California Christian College Frosh last Saturday, Coach Floyd Mishler's scrappy Corsairs draw a muchneeded bye next Saturday. And a week hence the "down with Berdoo" cry ought to be a resounding echo in the ears of every Santa Monica Junior College man. Although the Cal. Christian team was inferior to the Corsairs, it was indeed evident to anyone who happened to be a member of the mere handful of spectators that viewed the tiff, that the S. M. J. C. men can go places and do things. Coach Mishler's aggregation, due to the fact that it has no game Saturday, should work itself into the pink of condition for some of the impending Some of the serious defects ought to be ironed out by then. With a goodly number of practice sessions under their belts, and the team in a winning mood, it may come to be that the Santa Monica Corsairs will emerge on the long end of the scores in the remaini...
Vikings Battle Venice [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 5 November 1930
Vikings Battle Venice Outplaying their rivals, but with the breaks going against them, the Santa Monica High School varsity football team last Friday dropped a hard-fought game to the Huntington Park Spartans. Fumbles spelled the ruin of the local eleven. With the ball within scoring distance several times, the Viking backs threw their chances for victory away by fumbling. The final score was 13-0, with Samohi the short-ender. The game this Friday ought to be a whiz with two old rivals fighting it out for the cellar championship of the Bay League. Venice will attempt to break the Samohl jinx when they trek to Westwood to engage the Vikings in their annual grudge battle. The game is a tossup, with Samohi slightly favored by a few because of the Samohi jinx. Venice has won but once since 1912, and the law of averages points to a Samohi defeat, but the blue-and-gold machine vows to give Venice its annual beating. The game is scheduled for 3:00 p. m. at the Bruin gridiron, in Westwood.<...
Cards, Huskies Bears and Trojans Perform On Grid [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 5 November 1930
Cards, Huskies Bears and Trojans Perform On Grid This week will be a busy one for coast football teams. The outstanding game is the battle between University of Southern California and University of California, scheduled for the Coliseum this Saturday. Both teams have been beaten, but this will not take away from the interest, and game time will find 90,000 fans packed in to see the Trojans and the Bears fight it out. U. S. C. is favored, but the blue-and-gold team will doubtless extend them to the limit. Another struggle which promises to furnish plenty of fireworks is the game between Stanford and Washington. The Huskies have been going great guns this season, and figure to take Stanford, but Pop Warner's hopefuls have a different idea, which should make the game very interesting. U. C. L. A. invades Eugene confident of upsetting Oregon U. The Bruins have improved in every game, and should break into the win column at the expense of the Webfeet.
J. C. Women Beat High School Team [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 5 November 1930
J. C. Women Beat High School Team The J. C. women's basketball team came through with another victory last Thursday, when they defeated the High School junior girls, 32 to 12. The feminine Corsairs played a good defensive game, and also showed ability to make baskets. This was the first game in the series, which has been .planned for the J. C. and the chosen teams of the High School. The J. C. lineup for the first and fourth quarters was as follows: forwards, Inez O'Conner and Margaret Darusmont; centers, Evelyn Clemens and Helen Steliriede; guards, Laura Das and Lucile Williams. The lineup for second and third quarters was: forwards, Inez O'Conner and Margaret Darusmont; centers, Thelma Fletcher and Evelyn Clemens; guards, Laura Das and Helen Stelzriede. Most of the games are to be played off on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Come out and see the J. C. women win.
Glendale First To Test Ability Of Forensic Squad [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 12 November 1930
Glendale First To Test Ability Of Forensic Squad After working on the debate situation here since the first day of school, Mr. Walter T. Wallbank announced, Friday, the appointment of ten students, four women students and six men students, who will carry the Corsair debate banner for the remainder of the semester. The ten individuals who are to represent the Student Body in all arguable matters were selected after each had shown his ability by preparing and delivering several orations. Those chosen by the debate coach were: Albert Hawley, John Reynolds, Arline Mcßride, Virginia Cargill, Lucille Hamilton, James Davis, Art Redden, Belle Waltz, James Moore and Everett Hartung. Mr. Wallbank stated that he believes this group to be representative of the best argumentative talent in the school, and he also believes they will carry off many honors at the expense of their opposition. The first debate of the year will be held at Glendale, against the Glendale Junior College on November 28. T...
Calendar [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 12 November 1930
Calendar Nov. 12 —Cosmopolitan Club; 7:30 p. m. Nov. 13—Lettermen, ex period. Athenaeum Club; third period, room 11. Nov. 15 —San Bernardino-S. M. J. C. game, Samohi field. Nov. 17— Y. W. C. A. cabinet; 3:35 p. m., room 11. Y. M. C. A. cabinet; 3:35 p. m., room 12. i Nov. 18—VV. A. A. meeting; third period, room 11.
Dr. Bush Is Kept Busy On Speeches [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 12 November 1930
Dr. Bush Is Kept Busy On Speeches This afternoon at two o'clock Dr. Ralph Bush, who was elected president of the Southern California Junior College association at Long Beach recently, will attend a meeting of the Association's executive committee at Coinpton. A commissioner of athletics and also a commissioner of forensics will be appointed at the meeting this afternoon. The association will also discuss plans for the institute week which will be held in Los Angeles during the Christmas vacation. They will attempt to organiza and complete a definite program which calls for ten sessions during the alloted week. Instructors from all over the state attend these meetings of institute week. At this gathering there will be appointed a commissioner of athletics and a commissioner of forensics. Dr. Bush is also busy with work in connection the American Association of Junior Colleges. Last week he attended two meetings preliminary to the convention which will be held in Berkeley, from Novemb...
Pep Assembly Tomorrow [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 12 November 1930
Pep Assembly Tomorrow Tomorrow during the third period there will be a pep assembly in anticipation of the first conference game scheduled at home for Saturday afternoon. Frank Michel, yell leader, will be in charge. Faculty members arc also scheduled to take part in the program, which will include school songs, yells led by Michel, and at least one organ solo.
Santa Monica Gets Second Place For Sports Story At The Annual Convention of Jay see Publications [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 12 November 1930
Santa Monica Gets Second Place For Sports Story At The Annual Convention of Jay see Publications Santa Monica Junior College was chosen vice-president of the California Junior College Press Association at the recent Pasadena convention. This will put Santa Monica in line as candidate for the presidency at the next convention, and is a step toward obtaining the convention for Santa Monica in the early future, it is hoped. Long Beach was a close second in the race for the vice-presidency, Santa Monica winning by a majority of one vote The roll call system was used. The convention was held at the Hotel Maryland in Pasadena, with Inez Effinger of Pasadena J. C. presiding. Mr, Harbeson, principal of Pasadena Junior College, gave the opening address. He was followed by Les Wagner of the United Press, who chose as his subject, "Getting News," and illustrated with motion pictures. Round table discussions pertinent to newspaper problems followed the business meeting. The problems encountered...
Yamada Is Ordered To Sail For Japan [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 12 November 1930
Yamada Is Ordered To Sail For Japan One instance of discouraging circumstance has taken place in the case of Chuzio Yamada. Due to the fact that he did not enter the United States listed as a student, Mr. Yamada has been forced to discontinue his scholastic activities for the present, at least. He will sail on the Shiny Maru from San Pedro the sixteenth of this month. During his attendance at Santa Monica Junior College, Mr. Yamada distinguished himself as a brilliant mathematician. His unusual ability in this respect has undoubtedly led him to change his vocation from that of a lawyer to the field of engineer. He had studied the profession of law in Japan before his entry to America. Besides his scholastic activities, Mr. Yamada was a member of the Cosmopolitan Club, where he participated with members of the club in the enjoyment of social relaxation. Members of the club sincerely hope that he will meet with good fortune in his consequent adventures. The Junior College student body...
Two-Penny Hop Thursday During Weekly X Period [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 12 November 1930
Two-Penny Hop Thursday During Weekly X Period Tomorrow during the ex period the second two-penny dance of the semester will be held in the girls' gymnasium. Music will probably be furnished by the same musicians who volunteered their services at the previous dance. The first attempt of the student body at organizing these dances met with quite a success, although men students complained of the lack of partners. Official and other interested partiss urge all to attend tomorrow.
The SAMOJAC [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 12 November 1930
The SAMOJAC Published every Wednesday during the college year by Santa.Monica Junior College, Santa Monica, California. Subscription 21*00 per year. "Appllcatioa for entry as second-class matter is pending." STAFF JOHN REYNOLDS Editor WALTER GUSHMAN Associate Editor FRED SALTER Sports Editor E. R. COULSON Faculty Adviser Departmental Writers Margaret Johnson Literary Alice Willers 1 Dorothy Murray Calendar Lucille Williams I Clubs Everett Hartung Bud Henn ) Hubert Saunders Ruth Hunt ) c • Eric Moore _ News Adele Winn ) ocie Myrtle Fletcher ' Roy Henderson, Yvonne Johns I c Frank Watson Helen Stelzriede, Ray Davis ) P or s Charles Moore Art Redden Comment HUBERT SAUNDERS Editor this week ■ ' ■ . = MEMBER OF -
Students, Professors Must Have Faith [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 12 November 1930
Students, Professors Must Have Faith Perhaps the most worn of all editorial subjects is that of the behavior of college students on first entering an institution for pursuit of the well known higher learning; but another phase must of necessity present itself to the observant spectator, for not only does the student find himself graduated from the high school, but a college professor in most cases comes from the lower institution. Therefore, we may assume that it is not only desirable for the student to forget his adolescent behavior in class and out, in regard to his work and contact with his instructors, but it is equally as vital and self-evident that the erstwhile high school teacher must realize the differences, perhaps recalling his or her experiences during those days of apprenticeship, and become genuinely orientated to the new work. Give to the college student college discipline and college frankness; give impartial decisions and scientific treatment. The student, after all...
EXCHANGES [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 12 November 1930
EXCHANGES Pictures for the Modesto Junior College will be posed for annual in yery near future. —Modesto Collegian. Tomorrow night the first social event that the Lettermen's Club of Long Beach Junior College has ever sponsored will be given in the form of a cord and cotton fall dance. —Viking. Plans for the Pasadena Junior College Freshman party, to be held in the girls' gymnasium on November 21, were completed. Committees will start functioning soon. —Pasadena Chronicle. "First class, honor rating, excellent," was the award given the Pasadena Junior College campus, in the nation-wide contest conducted annually by the National Scholastic Press Association. —Chronicle. The second annual conference of the Associated Women Sutdents a»d the Women's Athletic Association of the Southern California Junior Colleges will open Friday evening, October 31, Riverside. —Arroyo. The Riverside Junior College is now in its fourteenth year. During these years it has developed with reasonable swiftne...