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HUMOR [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 12 November 1930
HUMOR "Please, Lord, help me to be half as popular as the dog that ran into the library." Teacher: What is a cannibal? Frosh: I don't know. Teacher: If you ate your father and mother, what would you be? Frosh: An orphan. No. 1: Why don't you like girls? No. 2: They're too biased. No. 1: Biased? No. 2: Yes, bias this and bias that, until I'm broke. Soph: Say, do you know there is a town in Massachusetts named after you? Proud Frosh: Oh! No. What is it? Soph.: Marblehead. Tad: Do you think that airplanes will ever supplant the automobiles? Dot: No; who would want to park in a damp old cloud? Co-Ed, at end of semester: Now that you have kissed me, Professor, what do you think? Prof.: You will fail. I need you in my class next quarter. —West Point Pointer. A bee dies when it stings you. Funny — friendship acts the same way.
Volleyball Court in Use [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 12 November 1930
Volleyball Court in Use Physical education classes have begun to use the volleyball courts, which were in so much demand last semester. Coach Floyd Mishler has promised to try to have another volleyball court made, so that all who want to play be accommodated. Ten Junior College students assisted the city-fathers in the burning of Old Man Depression.
Barks From The Balcony [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 12 November 1930
Barks From The Balcony Before long Santa Monica J. C. will have all the offices in junior college circles. After being elected president of the Southern California Junior College Conference, she steps out and gets the office of vice-president In the California Junior College Press Association. Trply this is an era of youth in politics. And then there's the little girl who wants to know what they used,to talk about in the barber shops. What's the answer to that one? Anyway, S. M. J. p. shouldn't feel ashamed of her football team. As yet the boys haven't let the score against them run over 38. And at that it wasn't a "to nothing" score. i If heroes are made or born we know not, I but there are plenty of heroes in the zoology classes. Anyone who can stay in the same room with a dead shark is in line.for a Carnegie medal. And once more Mr. : Wallbank had to feed the debaters In order to get them out. In the future it will be the slogan of the squad, "Come out and get a feed." If he can ...
Armistice Day [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 12 November 1930
Armistice Day At the present time the conception of Armistice Day seems to be that of a holiday, a day of parades, military displays, and other forms of jubilee. In fact, it now appears that the true significance of this day as a day of memorial in honor of those who fought and died for their fellow men has been overshadowed, to a very great extent, by a spirit of celebration. As an alternative for all this, it has been proposed to emphasize world peace as a fitting subject whereby to commemorate Armistice Day. Now, if the cause for the occasion.be thus obscured, perhaps it were better to forget our Armistice Day, for does it not hold that, wherein it gives joy to those who lack an understanding of the seriousness of the occasion, it also gives, on the other hand, an equal share of untold grief and sorrow to those who have suffered either directly or indirectly through the ravages of the Great War. With this idea in mind, there are already signs on the part of various European count...
LITARARY [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 12 November 1930
LITARARY The following book' are the best sellers, both fiction and non-fiction, for the month of October. They are listed in the order of their popularity according to a survey made throughout the United States. FICTION "Angel Pavement" J. B. Priestley "Seed" Charles G. Norris "Twenty-four Hours"....Louis Bromfield " Years of Grace" ... Margaret Ayer Barnes "Wild Wind" Temple Bailey "Blowing Clear" Joseph C. Lincoln "Chances" A. Hamilton Gibbs "Exit" Harold Bell Wright "A Note in Music"....Rosamond Lehmann " Laments for the Living"..Dorothy Parker "Charlie Chan Carries On" Earl Derr Biggers "Cimarron" Edna Ferber "The Edwardians V. Sackville-West "The Young and Secret" Alice Grant Rosman "Shepherds in Sackcloth" Sheild Kaye-Smith "The Lion and the Lamb" E. Phillips Oppenheim "The Shorn Lamb" William J. Locke "Parties" Carl Van Vechten "Dr. Serocold" Helen Ashton "Laughing Boy" Oliver La Farge "A Lantern in Her Hand" Bess Streeter Aldrich "Millie" Donald Henderson Clarke "Strangers ...
Modern Treasure Hunt [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 12 November 1930
Modern Treasure Hunt Several students from Junior College participated in a treasure hunt, Friday evening, November 7, which led them all over the Bay District until they finally found the hidden treasure. Those from College were: Misses Barbara Pratt, Margaret Johnson, Mable Milikin and Lucile Williams, and Messers Ray and James Davis.
National Prayer Week is Observed By Both Y Clubs [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 12 November 1930
National Prayer Week is Observed By Both Y Clubs Men's and women's "Y" organizations are observing National Prayer Week as outlined by the national administration. The topic chosen for the week is "World Fellowship." Throughout the United States and also in other countries of the world, "Y" organizations are observing the official prayer week. This week is set afide by the national a'dministration of the combined associations. Here in Santa Monica the two clubs are holding daily morning sessions from 7:30 until 7:45 at the Lorbeer home, which is at 520 Bay Street. All Junior College Students have been invited to attend. The morning sessions started Monday morning and they will continue until Friday of this week. Besides discussion on the topic, "World Fellowship," entertainment by the men's quartet will also be given. Other forms of entertainment which the organization has not decided upon yet will also be given during the fifteen-minute sessions.
Shakespeare Ousts Plato In Philosophy Sections [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 12 November 1930
Shakespeare Ousts Plato In Philosophy Sections While Dr. Bradford was lecturing to his philosophy I class, a heavy fog rolled into the building through the half-open window, to create a hazy screen between the professor and the students. At the time the subject under explanation was Plato's philosophy, but some intangible influence must have ridden in on the ocean fog, for Dr. Bradford persisted in saying Shakespeare whenever he referred to Plato. Quite a bit of merriment was caused by this persistent slip, and Dr. Bradford was forced to grin with the class as he corrected himself, time and again.
A Play of Robots [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 12 November 1930
A Play of Robots The Los Angeles Junior College presented Kapeck's famous play of robots and the world of the future on November 7 and 8. This was the most pretentious and elbaorate production yet undertaken at the college. The largest cast ever assembled in an L. A. J. C. dramatic production took part in this play, which is the enactment of a crisis a score of years from now, when one human being is left to face a world overrun with robots.
Weekly "Ex" in History [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 12 November 1930
Weekly "Ex" in History Mr. Sandmeyer again seems to be in his 1 best humor; he finds it delightful to extend [ his heartiest questions to his history I classes weekly. Heretofore tests for the ' history groups have been bi-weekly, but, . whether the coming holiday influenced him | or not, he has begun once more weekly | tests. (Wish there were more holidays on ; Friday.)
Faculty Night At Y. M. Organization Is Well Attended [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 12 November 1930
Faculty Night At Y. M. Organization Is Well Attended Faculty night was in order at the meeting of the " Y" club held Monday evening. Faculty members present enjoyed a program organized by the members of the club, in which the main speaker of the evening was Mr. Sandmeyer, who gave a highly instructive talk on "Ears and Empires." Following the address by Mr. Sandmeyer, the organization held a lively discussion of the points brought out in Mr. Sandmeyer's speech. At this meeting the "Y" club also unveiled for the first time their new banner. The banner is ten feet square, with orange lettering on a gray background. They also had on exhibition a collection of new furniture that has been donated to the organization, consisting of a piano, table, chairs and incidentals. A feature of the program was the music rendered by a quartet composed of Allan Freeman, Morris Little, Bernard Rogers and Howard Andrews. The Y. M. C. A. organization announces the formation of a basketball team which wil...
National Secretary V isits Y.W.Meeting [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 12 November 1930
National Secretary V isits Y.W.Meeting Since Monday, November 10, was the only time when Helen Price, the National Secretary, could be present with the Santa Monica Junior College group from the Y. W. C. A., the girls had their pot-luck dinner at 5:30 instead of the scheduled 7:30 meeting. Before the dinner Miss Price personally talked with all of the cabinet members about their year's work in the particular departments. After dinner the discussion group was taken over by Adele Winn. The chairman of athletics would like to see all of the girls interested in swimming down at the Breakers every time before the meeting. Many of the girls have been going swimming there, and are being instructed in the art of diving.
German Proverb [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 12 November 1930
German Proverb Students of the second semester German class have been initiated into the mysteries of German idiom through the use of proverbs. Mr. Stromer gave a number of ; the aged sayings to the class, and transI lated their meanings into English, as the strict translation, word for word, shows little connection with the corresponding thought in English. ; Humorous sayings some were, creating a period of mirth after each translation and the attempt to find an English proverb \ to hold the same thought.
Athenaeum Members Laying Future Plans For Club Actions [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 12 November 1930
Athenaeum Members Laying Future Plans For Club Actions Morse Little, presiding at the meeting of the Athenaeum Club held last Thursday during the ex period, stressed the fact that the club has been doing very little as compared to the large number of activities which the club sponsors. The members discussed the future doings of the organization. A plan, suggested by Mr. Kepner, has been decided upon: The recital hall will be used as a workshop. Plays which are prepared will be given to the club members, and to those students whom the members invite. The next meeting, scheduled for Thursday, November 20, will be devoted partly to the election of officers. The former officers, it would seem, have been cither inadequate, or have been otherwise engaged. Due to the fact that nearly all the present members are new this term, an election of officers would be in keeping with the current spirit of the club. As an entertainment antithesis to this business section of the meeting, "Thursday Eve...
Para Donde Hidalgos Where Are You Going? [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 12 November 1930
Para Donde Hidalgos Where Are You Going? Hoy, miercoles, a las 5 p. m., Los Hidalgos haran su primera visita a al famosa callc mexicana, la cual esta situada cerca de la iglesia de Nuestra Senora He los Angeles. All! sc divertiran hasta satisfacerse. En uno de los puestos Los Hidalgos saborearan los sabrosos platillos mexicanos. Tamales y enchiladas seran los platos favoritos. "Soda" sera el liquido que tomaran para endulsar el paladar. Luego que ya hayan satisfecho su apetito se iran a divertir al gran teatro Internacional, donde la deliciosa musica de la orquest a entregara a los brazos de morfeo. Esto es de dudarse porque veran la gran pelicula titulada "El Secreto del Doctor." Que secreto! Si quiereVd. saber el secreto ingrese al club de Los Hidalgos.
Spanish Club Travels To Los Angeles Plaza [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 12 November 1930
Spanish Club Travels To Los Angeles Plaza Los Hidalgos, the Spanish Club, travels to Los Angeles today, on one of its very interesting functions —that of enjoying a Spanish evening in the midst of a buzzing American city. According to the plans, the regular meeting of the Club will be replaced by dinner in a typical Spanish restaurant somewhere in the vicinity of the Plaza, followed by a visit to the new International Theater, which offers at this time a fine Spanish presentation. The Club meets at Mrs. Cejudo's home at 5:00 p. m., from which place transportation will be provided for the trip. Adele Winn had her hair bobbed in the highland manner during the week-end-
CORSAIRS BATTLE SAN BERNARDINO [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 12 November 1930
CORSAIRS BATTLE SAN BERNARDINO Corsairs Entertain San Bernardino In Initial Home Conference Game; Orange And Gray Supporters Hope For Victory What promises to be a tough and hard-fought grid struggle is on tap for Santa Monica Junior College students Saturday, when Coach Mishler's men tangle with the supposedly strong San Bernardino eleven on the Samohi field. This tussle, being the first conference fray of the season to be held on the local field, merits a large attendance, presumably the larger part of the crowd featuring Santa Monica Jaysee rooters. With the team in a winning mood, after trimming California Christian College Frosh a short time ago, matters may turn out differently than they have in the past two conference games with ChafFey and River side Chaffey Beats San Berdoo Although it is said that comparative scores do not mean a thing in football, it may be a consolation to learn that San Bernardino was humbled, 65 to 0, two weeks ago Chaffey, the team that could only rol...