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GIRLS—NOTICE [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 29 October 1929
GIRLS—NOTICE Classes in horseback riding are being organised this week. Lessons are given to Jaysee girls at the Hottentot Riding Academy every Tuesday at three o'clock. New members will be welcome in the class. Those desiring more information, or who wish to join, please see Ruth Hunt.
Men Obtain Added Athletic Equipment [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 29 October 1929
Men Obtain Added Athletic Equipment Additional athletic material has been received at the men's quarters and more is expected. Equipment has lately arrived for volleyball, soccer, playground baseball, football, tennis and horseshoes. These sports will be engaged in by the men's gym classes. "Barnyard golf" is to be a feature of this year's athletic activities. Several pairs of official horseshoes have arrived, and the construction of horseshoe courts is now being arranged for. Coach Osterholt plans to inaugurate intramural horseshoe contests this this term. Various articles are included in the athletic equipment. Among these are footballs, playground balls, new style tennis balls, soccer balls, volleyballs, and basketballs. Included in the baseball equipment are baseballs, bats, catcher's mask and body protector, catcher's mitt and first baseman's mitt. Additional supplies will be received when the different sports are in season. Discuses and shots have arrived for track. Hurdles, p...
State Requires Corrective Drill [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 29 October 1929
State Requires Corrective Drill In order to comply with the requirements of the state law as well as University of California, Men's Gymnasium classes are devoting one day a week to intra-mural athletics and the other day to formal drill in the college yard. Postural exercises £ire being pronounced, as several cases of men having round shoulders and hollow chests have been discovered. Yhese are being treated as corrective cases. The schedule of intra-mural athletics covers twenty weeks of work, four weeks of volleyball, four of track events, such as shotput, discus, broad jump, high jump, and fence vault, four weeks of playground baseball, and four weeks of horseshoe pitching contests. Instructions will be given in all of the above sports, and competition will be staged between various squads making up the classes.
Girls Urged To Take Golf] Tennis Riding or Archery [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 29 October 1929
Girls Urged To Take Golf] Tennis Riding or Archery The girls are showing a great deal of interest in the various sports recommended for them, and are attempting to create a greater desire for these sports among those who seem to lack the necessary punch. If anyone is interested in knowing how to secure parenthetical legs, please see the Misses Ruth Hunt, Antoinette Biocina, Alice McGee, Katherine Lloyd, Helen Cotton, Dorothy Douthat, Helen Bashore, or Marie Middlekauf. Miss Ruth Hunt will make arrangements for anyone who wishes to go horseback riding. Those interested in golf activities should try to get into th« club, and learn how to swing their way to fame. Miss Carroll will make arrangements for anyone wish- ing to join this group. Cupids are wandering ail over the campus; if you do not believe it, go down to the women's fourth and fifth period gymnasium classes on Tuesdays and Thursdays. They certainly swing a mean bow and arrow. Mr. Grubbs was the chief Cupid last Thursday in ...
Mr. Cejudo Visits School [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 29 October 1929
Mr. Cejudo Visits School Mr. H. R. Cejudo visited the school last Wednesday. He was particularly interested in the new Junior College—especially as Mrs. Cejudo is one of the teachers. Marcia, Mrs. Cejudo's little daughter, arrived home Saturday. Miss Miller, who attended the CardS. C. game with a party of Santa Monica friends, was impressed most of all by Duffield's spectacular ru i. Duffield is a former Santa Monica plajer.
J. McGroarty , Talks To J. C. Paper Men [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 12 November 1929
J. McGroarty , Talks To J. C. Paper Men Many innovations in junior college papers were presented at the recent California Junior College Press Convention held at Long Beach. S. M. J. C. was represented by Arthur Redden and Theodore Gross. Santa Monica was officially enrolled in the Association during the morning business session. Other colleges gained ideas from each other at the section meetings, these being divided into editorial, business, annual, and supervisors' sections. At the luncheon held in the Pacific Coast Club, John Steven McGroarty of the Los Angeles Times was the guest speaker. His talk was interesting and representative of the true newspaper man. A football game in the afternoon, and a banquet in the evening, followed by a ball, completed the program of entertainment. The next convention will be held in Sacramento in May, 1930.
Eligibility Is A Sport Necessity [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 12 November 1929
Eligibility Is A Sport Necessity It is urged that all men who are out for sports give strict attention to their grades in all subjects. Santa Monica can make this a banner year by having the slogan, " Every team man eligible for every game." The men out for athletics have twice as much work to do as the average man not out for sports. It is for this reason that Dr. Bush, the faculty, and the Coach urge that every man keep up in his studies. Nothing is more disheartening to a college or a coach than to figure on using a man in a game when the season begins and to fine he cannot be used because of ineligibility. Put yourself in the Coach's place, or say, for instance, that you have a date to a certain affair. You plan and look forward to the event. Then along comes the girl and says she will not be able to go. And mind you, after you had rented the tuxedo and all. What a mess, and the chances of getting a "fill-in" are slimmer than a toothpick. The Coach is in the same boat with ineli...
Spanish Club Formed [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 12 November 1929
Spanish Club Formed Students interested in Spanish and a Spanish environment will be pleased to know that a Spanish club will be definitely organized within the next week or two. Mrs. Cejudo, who will be the advisor, plans trips into Los Angeles, and even into Mexico, so that the real Spanish life jnd customs will be introduced to the group. Meetings will be held at the various homes of the members every other Wednesday evening. Come all ye Spaniards—let's have a big, lively club.
J. C. Students In De Molay Comedy [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 12 November 1929
J. C. Students In De Molay Comedy An event of unusual interest to all Jaysee students who are interested in the theater will occur November 22, 23, 25 and 26. At that time the Santa Monica Chapter Order of DeMolay will present their current musical comedy offering, "You're Next." This production, now under rehearsal, is rumored to be far and away the best that has ever been put on by the local organization. When some of us remember the productions put on in the past by this organization such claims seem hard to believe. However, "Your Next" has several recommendations which set it far ahead of any offering ever given by the local DeMolay. The show is being staged by the Denni Production Company, who have been responsible for several of the former De Molay successes, and who are out to surpass their former record. Denni formerly was musical director for the Ziegfeld Follies under Florenz Ziegfeld, and wrote most of the orchestrations for the stage presentation of Rio Rita. At present...
Plays are Success [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 12 November 1929
Plays are Success 1 Half-a-Life," a three-act comedy, is being presented by the Show Shop Players, at the Show Shop of Glendale. The play was written by John S. McCune. The leading characters are Rose Rosanova as Hannah Soloveitcluck Charles Wagenheim as Herschel Soloveitchick; and Eleanor Waring Burnham as Madame Ferrendo. This is a preview for the New York stage. ''Man and Superman," a play written by George Bernard Shaw, is now showing at the Pasadena Community Playhouse. It is a clever Shavian comedy on matrimonial pursuit of man by woman in futuristic. Harrison Ford, a stage and screen actor, is the visiting star. Florence Mason and Beatrice Prentice are also members of the cast.
Debaters In Conference Opener Soon [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 12 November 1929
Debaters In Conference Opener Soon With their first debate only a short time 'off. the debate team is working hard, and is rapidly rounding into shape. The debate team will have the task of representing Santa Monica Junior College in the first inter-collegiate contest to be participated in by any Corsair team. The first debate will be a practice tilt with Riverside Junior College, followed a week later by the first league debate with Santa Ana at home and with Compton at Compton. The affirmative team will always remain at home. The team is composed of Charles Patterson and Arthur Redden on the affirmative and Sanford Watkins and either James Davis or Lucille Williams as the negative debaters. The squad is working hard to make a good showing for S. M. J. C. and also try to win a high place in the league standings. The subject of the first debate is, "Resolved: the installment plan is detrimental to the welfare of society." This is a very popular question at the present time, being us...
Stationery Finished [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 12 November 1929
Stationery Finished Stationery for the use of the Student Cabinet has been printed and will be used in the future for all official communications. The stationery consists of letter heads and printed return-addressed envelopes. The feature of the letterheads is that they are printed so that they can be used by any officer. No names are printed on them, making them useful for future Cabinets.
Princeton? Oh Yeah! [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 12 November 1929
Princeton? Oh Yeah! Did anyone see that sweater that Coach had on at the Spartan game last week? If not, you certainly missed something. Somebody said, '"I'll bet he's from deah old Princeton." Another thought it was a good thing a Folsom guard didn't see him. Anyway it was a hot one and we liked its warmth. It is understood that there are many men in school who have had a great deal of experience in track. Though basketball is the main topic of conversation, at present, the coming track season should not be neglected.
J. C. Social Science Association Meets [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 12 November 1929
J. C. Social Science Association Meets Last Saturday Messrs. Wallbank and Sandmeyer were present at the fall meeting of the Social Science Association of Southern California Junior Colleges at Glendale. Mr. Charles A. Nelson gave an address of welcome at 9 30, when the meeting opened. Speeches on several points of interest were given by the deans of some of the junior colleges. Dr. J. B. Guffing, of San Bernardino, told of the value extension courses carried on in his school. He stated that 1600 adults were enrolled. After lunch a business meeting was held, at which officers were elected. Harold F. Seal, of Long Beach, was chosen president; Donald V. Spagnoli, Glendale, vicepresident; and Miss Olive Thompson, of Compton, was elected secretary-treasurer. There is a fall and a spring meeting of this association.
Attends Meeting [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 12 November 1929
Attends Meeting Dr. Ralph H. Bush attended a meeting of the State Department of Education last Friday. Mr. Nicholas Ricciardi, com missioner of secondary education, called the meeting to order, and later turned the chair over to Dr. Kibby, the State superintendent of common education. Representatives from all the junior colleges in Southern California were present. Another meeting will be held in the early part of January.
J. C. Bluebooks Ready [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 12 November 1929
J. C. Bluebooks Ready The Junior College cluebooks are now on hand in the bookstore. To enlighten some of those who are unaware of' the fact, the bluebook is an examination blank in which the student is supposed to tell the professor certain facts regarding questions said professor will ask. In all probability bluebooks will be required for all future examinations.
Samohi Complimented [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 12 November 1929
Samohi Complimented The victories of the Samohi football team are instilling the same spirit among the Junior College students as they are their own students. That man Forney is a "wow" and can make any junior college team happy with his presence on the team. Santa Monica ought to contribute heavily to the new crop of junior college football stars.
Late News Bulletin [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 12 November 1929
Late News Bulletin After three gruelling rounds of play, "Sandy" Sandmeyer of the history department copped the golf championship of the Junior College Faculty. The event took place yesterday over the difficult Clover Field course. Dr. Ralph Bush's only alibi was that he had overtrained.
THE SAMOJAC [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 12 November 1929
THE SAMOJAC Published every other Tuesday during the school year by the staff and members of the Journalism Clut of Santa Monica Junior College. Member Of California Junior College Press Association. "Application for entry as second class matter is pending" STAFF ARTHUR REDDEN ............ Editor E. R. COULSON ......... Faculty Adviser Department Editors Theodore Gross Associate Glynn Reineman Sports Eric Moore News Dryden Bergeron Men's Athletics Byron Palmer, Myrtle Fletcher Feature Helen Stelzriede Women's Athletics Walter Gushman Exchange William Henn Humor Reporters: Bernard Rogers, Edward Villarreal, Stanley White, Evelyn Cook, Edna Dolling, Jack Rose, Clara Lee Derry, Vincent Donate'li, Avanelle Thomas, Marie Karl. "Alden Burks, and Adele Winn.