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Non-participants To Witness Inter Class Tug Of War [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 10 December 1930

Non-participants To Witness Inter Class Tug Of War Tomorrow the first intercUss struggle of any importance will take place at 2:35. Seventh period classes will be dismissed, so that the students wishing to see the fracas will have an opportunity to do so. This tug-of-war is a very mild manner of settling the matter of supremacy. It is the custom to have a free-for-all, but during this day and age, method must be used. Members of the upper class who will participate in the tug-of-war are: Athey, Stevenson, Watson, Davis, Ray, Reineman, Wills, Jester, Redden, Burks, Ahlgrim, Webber, Nickman, Hine, MurreJ, Delp. It is not known who will represent the Alpha class.

Publication Title: Corsair
Source: California Digital Newspaper Collection [UC Riverside]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Hidalgos Will Witness "The Bad Man" Tonite [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 10 December 1930

Hidalgos Will Witness "The Bad Man" Tonite Members of Los Hidalgos will journey to the Hollywood Playhouse this evening, to see Leo Carrillo in the "Bad Man." The club members will meet at the home of Mrs. Cejudo at 7:30, where cars will be provided to transport them to the theater. Next Wednesday, the day before the Christmas holidays, the sixth period Spanish class will celebrate Christmas by having a Mexican Pinata. Miss Maurine Davis will make the Pinata, which is a large doll made out of paper, and the students will bring candy, nuts, fruits, and a small gift to place in it. One person will be blindfolded, and he will attempt to break the bag with a stick. There will then be a general scramble on the floor for the gifts and the sweets. Each gift will contain a letter a poem, and as each gift is opened the letter or poem will be read. You can lead a horse to water, but you can't make him drink. (Who wants to lead a horse astray, anyway?)

Publication Title: Corsair
Source: California Digital Newspaper Collection [UC Riverside]
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Candidates Required To File Evidence Of Eligibility Says Delp [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 10 December 1930

Candidates Required To File Evidence Of Eligibility Says Delp With the election of Associated Student , Body officers scheduled for January 13, just one short week after the Christmas ' vacation, President Royal Delp pointed out in yesterday's assembly that "petitioners and petitionees " prospective candidates and their backers must begin action immediately, Delp pointed out that there are several conditions that must be met before a candidate can be placed on the ballot, and that ignorance of the situation cannot be taken into consideration at the last minute. To date the only condition that has been waived is that.of the time in which the petition for office is to be taken out. This change has been made because of the short time alloted after vacation. Delp says, " Eligibility cards should *be signed before Christmas vacation, so that petitions may be started on the rounds immediately January fifth. As no student may sign more than one petition for each office, all petitions must ...

Publication Title: Corsair
Source: California Digital Newspaper Collection [UC Riverside]
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Sentiment Leads Co-ed Eleven Miles [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 10 December 1930

Sentiment Leads Co-ed Eleven Miles Who says that the modern co-ed has no heart these days? Frances Hudson demonstrated beyond doubt that the young lady of today is possessed of all those sentiments which the delicate maiden of yore had in abundance. Last week she took pity on a ragged young male; and, can you imagine, she walked eleven miles to adopt him. The walk, she claims, was a good one, though. Oh, yeah? After she got home, she says, she gave the object of her affections a bath, the first one he had had in years, she thinks. Now he is living with his charming young mistress in great happiness. No, you're all wrong —he is just a raggedy airedale, and his name is Rags.

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THE SAMOJAC [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 10 December 1930

THE SAMOJAC Published every Wednesday during the college year by Santa Monica Junior College, Santa Monica. California. Subscription $l.OO per year. "Application for entry as second-class matter is pending." STAFF JOHN REYNOLDS Editor WALTER GUSHMAN Associate Editor FRED SALTER ........... Sports Editor £. R. COULSON . Faculty Adviser Departmental Writers Margaret Johnson..— Literary Alice Willers ) Dorothy Murray Calendar Lucille Williams r Clubs Steve Robinson Bud Henn ) Hubert Saunders Ruth Hunt | c • . Eric Moore _ Adele Winn J * ocle y Myrtle Fletcher ' ews Roy Henderson, Gus Vignolle / c Frank Watson Helen Stelzriede, Ray Davis { f or s Charles Moore J Art Redden Comment " = MEMBER OF PRE A Ac'IATION

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Frosh Don Dinks At Last [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 10 December 1930

Frosh Don Dinks At Last With the appearance of a smattering of "dinks," it seems that after some three months of indecision and wrangling the freshman class has finally decided to observe the Freshman Edict and the attempt to build up at this institution a group of class traditions. It is indeed commendable that at last the youngest class has determined upon a policy of class distinction as it was set up in the Edict. Perhaps, their taking so much time might be construed as a challenge to upper classmen, as the Alphas certainly compose, numerically, one-half the total enrollment of the Junior College. And then to don their tokens of bondage at their own free will, and doff them whenever they like, certainly carries an impertinence as strong as words. But they go further still. They have the presumption to challenge the upper classmen to a tug of war! And after the Lettermen's Club had offered to give them battle at the beginning of the semester and had been turned down! * Neverthele...

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Another Progressive Step [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 10 December 1930

Another Progressive Step An example of progress of the advancement toward completion and increased development is once again before the view of the Santa Monica Junior College students. Miss Robinson, dean of women, will presently have an exclusive office in the Junior College section of the building, where she will preside over all matters pertaining to the A. W. S\ Miss Robinson will retain her office, however, in the High School, and will continue in the role of girls' vice-principal; but a schedule will be worked out whereby the dean will spend certain hours in each office. This may seem a rather difficult problem upon first thought, but if progress in the S. M. J. C. continues at its usual pace, perhaps the time will not be far off when the High School will have to get a new girls' viceprincipal. With the growth of the A. W. S. and the consequent increase in the number of problems arising, it would appear that a dean of women will be required on the job at all times, as in othe...

Publication Title: Corsair
Source: California Digital Newspaper Collection [UC Riverside]
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EXCHANGES [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 10 December 1930

EXCHANGES The work on the Santa Ana Junior College yearbook is to begin at once, according to the editor, Betty Maloney. The been changed to "Del Ano" by the vote of the student body.—Don. The first annual city-wide* football banquet was held in honor of the Long Beach J. C., at the Pacific Coast Club. The popular Negro Hallelujah Quartet will open the series of concerts offered by the Modesto Junior College to the public at popular prices. The series consists of the Brahms Quartet, Bernard Ocko, violinist, and Lankow at some later date. —Modesto Collegian. The annual fall edition of the Long Beach paper .was published last Friday, December 5. The editor, Everett Morris, and his staff were all freshmen. Both the men and the women of the class were used. —Viking. "Queen's Husband," a three-act comedy, was presented by the students of the Santa Rosa Junior College's drama classes. It was presented as part of a program of entertainment for their visitors from Weber College, Utah.—Oak L...

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CAMPUS CHUCKLES [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 10 December 1930

CAMPUS CHUCKLES "Prisoner, the jury finds you guilty." "That's all right, Judge. I know you're too intelligent to be influenced by what they say." A stout woman drove up to a filling station. "I want two quarts of oil," she said., "What kind, heavy?" asked the attendant. "Say, young fellow, don't get fresh with me," was the indignant response. Bright: Noises in my head keep me awake. Brighter: That's impossible! Bright: How's that? Brighter: You can't transmit sound through a vacuum. "Will you love me forever?" pleaded the young suitor. "I cannot tell that," coyly replied the sweet young flapper as she gazed at the beautiful necklace he had given her, "but I love you for the present." Darling Husband: I like those clinging gowns on you, my dear. Sorrowful Wife: I'll say you do. This one has been clinging on me for over a year.

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Barks From The Balcony [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 10 December 1930

Barks From The Balcony Well, now that the Irish have shown the world, the "I told you so" and "I never thought they could" gangs will be busy, we expect plenty of former U. S. C. adherents to quickly change over and join the ranks of the Notre Dame enthusiasts. Now we will look forward to the AlabamaWashington game, with this column backing the Crimson Tide. If money was scarce here up till now, it is still more scarce, what with the Ramblers taking it all back to Indiana. The Irish gang covered all bets, and they certainly received some good odds. The old adage of woman's place being in the home was once more put on the spot by that little package of suppressed dynamite, Virginia Cargill, when she completed the rout of the Compton debaters. The only sorry part about the debate was the ungentlemanly tactics which entered into the contest. The mysterious deaths, from unknown sources, in Belgium, lead one to believe that perhaps with our becoming too civilized may also come the exterm...

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Infinite Shoeblack Closes; "Peter Pan" Is Next Production [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 10 December 1930

Infinite Shoeblack Closes; "Peter Pan" Is Next Production With the presentation of the "Infinite Shoeblack," the Civic Repertory Theater has once again scored a notable success by bringing to Hollywood one of the masterpieces of modern drama. Following a "dark" week, the theater will again become active with the presentation of "Peter Pan." A play that has always been associated with the name of Maude Adams. Although it has always been an American favorite, "Peter" does not often find its way to the boards trod by the stock company, because ot its demands. Los Angeles is fortunate in having an organization that is capable, and has the interests of spoken drama at heart. MAGNIFICENT OBSESSION, by Lloyd C. Douglas. A best seller of fiction that has been popular for some time and is still continuing to be. It is the story of Dr. Hudson, chief of the Brightwood Hospital of Detroit, who believes that if a man harbors any sort of fear, no matter how benign and apparently harmless, it perc...

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J. C. ORGANIZATIONS [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 10 December 1930

J. C. ORGANIZATIONS

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LANDRAM ADDRESSES JAYSEE Y. M. C. A. [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 10 December 1930

LANDRAM ADDRESSES JAYSEE Y. M. C. A. One of the largest and most interesting meetings ever held by the local Y. M. C. A. was the verdict rendered by the officers of that organization after the meeting held in its clubrooms on Monday evening. The meeting was held in honor of Hugh Landram, Pacific Coast Y secretary, who dropped in to inspect the local organization. As his visits are eagerly anticipated by all men, the meeting room was jammed to its capacity. After routine reports on the progress of the Y groups in swimming at the Breakers, riding at the Hottentot, lunching at the Carmel, and the basketball team now beginning to form for participation in the church league, the Y quartet was introduced and rendered several numbers, to the intense appreciation of the crowd. Following brief remarks by Professor C. F. Phipps, Mr. Landram was introduced. Following the speech, Mr. Landram led the discussion personally, and it waxed warm and interesting until closing time. Refreshments made o...

Publication Title: Corsair
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Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Associated Women Plan X-period Hop [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 10 December 1930

Associated Women Plan X-period Hop A ChTistmas Hop will be sponsored by the Associated Women Students on Thursday, December 11, during the "x" period. This hop will be in place of the regular one sponsored every month by the A. S. 8., and is for a Christmas benefit. There will be an admission charge of either some article of canned goods, or cash (not less than 10 cents). But there will be no charge for the dances after admission. Everyone in the student body is invited to support the dance. This is your chance to help spread Christmas cheer, and have a good time also.

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Discussion Session For Athenaeum Club [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 10 December 1930

Discussion Session For Athenaeum Club The Athenaeum club meeting scheduled for last Thursday was postponed at a late hour because of certain conflicts with other meetings scheduled for the same hour. According to the Directorate, a special meeting will be called to take care of important business matters now pending. The business meeting is to be followed by a short talk on the Repertory Theater and its importance in the development of modern drama. Following this will be a discussion of the most outstanding recent plays. There 6eems to be two great classes on this continent —those who think they are as good as anybody, and those who think thev are better. A man may be down, but he isn't out until he discovers he can sponge on those who feel sorry for him.

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FRANK WATSON GIVES TALK TO ENGINEERS [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 10 December 1930

FRANK WATSON GIVES TALK TO ENGINEERS "Past and Present Naval Architecture" was the subject chosen by Frank Watson for his talk to the Engineering Club, last Tuesday. The subject of ships is a favorite one with Watson, who plans to attend Webb Institute of Naval Architecture, upon graduation from Santa Monica Junior College. Mr. Watson began his talk with the development of sea-going transportation, from the time that the early aborigines straddled a bundle of reeds and propelled themselves along the waterways, to modern transportation as represented by a proposed 33,000-ton, 35-knot trans-Pacific grayhound. Dwelling at great length on the modern steamship construction as represented by" the Bremen and Europa. The talk was further made interesting by account of early steamers that "chugged" their way across the oceans, employing far less power than a modern automobile, oiily to be beaten by some fast sailing vessel.

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Local Organization Plans Welfare Work [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 10 December 1930

Local Organization Plans Welfare Work The Y. W. C. A. met Monday evening at 7:30 for a short business meeting, and decided upon their Christmas welfare work. By way of an admission to the meeting the women either gave food or money to help the needy. It was planned that the welfare chairman should' get 20 children from the health center who were not going to have much of a Christmas, and bring them together for a Christmas party sponsored by the College Y. W. C. A. After the business meeting the women made red Christmas stockings for the party, and later made some gifts under the direction of Alice Lloyd, handicraft chairman. At the close of the meeting, refreshments were served by the hostess of the evening.

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Physiography, Philosophy Classes Have Musical Hour [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 10 December 1930

Physiography, Philosophy Classes Have Musical Hour Dr. Bradford's sixth hour physiography and seventh hour philosophy classes enjoyed unusually intellectual sessions Wednesday, when pearls of wisdom were interspersed with the strains of Brahms and other noted composers, as interpreted by the Los Angeles Philharmonic orchestra. Dr. Bradford so arranged his lectures that part of the time could be devoted to the music. From all reports, the innovation was greatly enjoyed by the students. The senior class of U. S. C. presented its annual play last Tuesday, November 25. The theme of the play was that we have an after-life only in the memories of our friends. —Daily Trojan. The bandits who hit upon the idea of holding up a bakery were right about where to find the dough.

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Trojan War horse To Prance for Benefit of Corsairs Thursday [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 10 December 1930

Trojan War horse To Prance for Benefit of Corsairs Thursday The famous Yale bulldog will growl, and the recently subdued Trojan Warhorse will prance for the benefit of privileged ■ Junior College Corsairs Wednes day noon during the X period, according to recently announced plans. Gale Seaman, director of the U. S. C. campus " Y"association, and fresh from an extensive course under the gates of dear old Eli, is to be the featured speaker at the last monthly Y club luncheon of the year. These luncheons, which since their inception a little over a year ago have fed a total of over 350 students and 70 faculty members, are so rapidly increasing in popularity that record crowds are turning out. Some of the most finished speakers in Southern California have been featured at these affairs, among them being Geoffery Morgan, Dr. Harding, Rev. Allen, and our own Dr. Bush. Gale Seaman has been secured only through much effort by the local organization, as he is much in demand on the Trojan camp...

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Institute Session Planned for Faculty [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 10 December 1930

Institute Session Planned for Faculty Another Institute session for the Junior College faculty members was held December fifth. It was held at the Madison School in Santa Monica. M. A. Honline of Pasadena spoke on the subject, "Religious and Character Education." The faculty members of other Santa Monica schools also attended. The first of these sessions for this year was held a month ago at Lincoln Junior High School, when Roy W. Cloud, Executive Secretary of the California Teachers' Association spoke on legislation and education, touching on teacher tenure, retirement salaries, and kindred subjects.

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