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BASKETBALL TEAM IN DEBUT FRIDAY [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 10 December 1930
BASKETBALL TEAM IN DEBUT FRIDAY Corsair Basketeers Play Pasadena In Municipal Auditorium; Initial Game To Show Strength Of Team All set for their first real basketball game of the year, the S. M. J. C. quintet will taper off to a light workout Thursday in preparation for Pasadena Junior College, who will furnish the opposition for the Corsairs Friday evening. The Bulldogs are reputed to have a fast-moving aggregation, with seven returning lettermen and a host of frosh material. The Pasadena team has not lost a game 1 this year, and boa: ts victories over Pomona J. C. ane several night league teams. With Captain Hoene, ex-cap-tain Shirar, Smithe and Seixas, star forwards, the Bulldogs boast a potential championship team, and are out to give Santa Monica a drubbing. Coach Floyd Mishler has several monogram-winners to .work with, and he is anxious to get a look at his team in action, to see just how they will fare in the coming conference race. Pasadena won third place in the Western D...
VIKING LIGHTS PLAY SAN DIEGO IN FINAL [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 10 December 1930
VIKING LIGHTS PLAY SAN DIEGO IN FINAL Due to their decisive 13-0 win over Compton last Thursday, the Santa Monica High School lightweight football team will enter the finals in the Southern California prep playoff. Their next opponent will be San Diego, and the southern school boasts a speedy outfit that will tax the Vikings to the limit. The game will be a preliminary to the Varsity final between Redondo High School and Long Beach High School, and is scheduled to start at 12:00 m. this Saturday, in the Los Angeles Coliseum. Tickets may be secured at the commercial office. The poor spellers of the freshman class at U. S. C. have attracted enough attention that a class has been provided.
TARGET PRACTICE [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 10 December 1930
TARGET PRACTICE The bouncing of spheres, the swishing of baskets, the hurryingscurrying of feet on the hardwood floor are all audible and visible, now that basketball season will make its debut in the Corsair institution. Expectations at present are not within the realm of a "Happy days are here again" chirp, but, on the other hand, there is no pessimism in the atmosphere. Things look alright by our Nell; yessiree. Basketball practice, now in progress under Coaches Floyd Mishler and John Dulin, is going at a great clip in Santa Monica Junior College. Five returning lettermen —Bill Athey, Royal Delp, Wally Hickman, Duane Stevenson and Vic Thomas—bolster the squad considerably. That's a consolation, eh what? The squad will be slashed to fifteen men, although there are in the vicinity of thirty men out at the present time. Among the prospects, besides the lettermen, is Aiden Burks, who last season performed in the first four games, but was declared ineligible for the remainder of the c...
Fullerton Playday Acclaimed Success As J.C.Women Win [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 10 December 1930
Fullerton Playday Acclaimed Success As J.C.Women Win The W. A. A. returned victorious after a very successful playday, Saturday, December 6, at Fullerton. Four teams, comprising singles and doubles tennis, volleyball, and basketball, were sent. The doubles tennis team, composed of Lucille Williams and Elizabeth Maries, won its match with Santa Ana, 6-0, 6-0. The volleyball team beat Santa Ana by one point, 23-23. Shetler, Wittman and Das turned in good games for S. M. The basketball game between Santa Monica and Pomona was the feature of the day. Minus two of the regular players, the feminine Corsair team was at a distinct disadvantage, but emerged the victor by one point. With the score tied 9-9 in the last minute of play, Pat Stelzriede, substituting at forward, was fouled just as the final whistle blew. Given extra time for her two free shots, she made the last one, winning the game for S. M., 10-9. The whole team played exceptionally good basketball, and S. M. J. C. should be pr...
TRACK PROGRESSES [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 10 December 1930
TRACK PROGRESSES Track practice is going steadily forward, with a score of men reporting for daily workouts. The team this year will no doubt be an improvement over that of last season, with several lettermen back and a goodly portion of frosh material coming up. It is hoped that a track coach will be picked soon, in order that the team can start work in earnest.
Tiger Eleven Loses T o Compton T artars [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 10 December 1930
Tiger Eleven Loses T o Compton T artars Compton, champions of the Western Division, were crowned champions of the Southern California Junior College conference when they defeated Riverside J. C., Eastern Division title-holders, in a fast game played at Riverside Friday. The game was closely contested throughout, the final score standing 20 to 14 in favor of the Tartars from Compton. Smith scored the first marker for Comp.ton, with Canfield following close behind with two more. McKee converted both of Canfield's scores. For Riverside, Arbelbide and Shaffer were the stars, each scoring one touchdown. The game was played before a capacity crowd. Menlo Junior College won the Northern California title by a smashing 12-to-0 win over Bakersfield Junior College, and, due to this victory, will play Compton next Saturday for the California Coast Conference championship.
Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 17 December 1930
fHlerrp Cjjrfetmag anb ftappp JSetu Hear to £lll THE MLFE JkC Make Out Programs for Next Semester Make Out Programs for Next Semester VOL. 11., No. 16 SANTA MONICA JUNIOR COLLEGE, SANTA MONICA, CALIFORNIA Wednesday, December 17, 1930
Y. M. Luncheon Is Attended By City Officials [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 17 December 1930
Y. M. Luncheon Is Attended By City Officials The finishing touches were being added today to what is believed to be the best all-college luncheon ever given by the local Y. M. C. A. The Carmel Hotel dining room, the scene of today's festivities, has been completely and expertly decorated in the theme of the college colors. Along the tables were arranged five centerpieces which consisted of bowls, of orange flowers around which were crisscrossed streamers of orange and gray crepe. Directly behind the speaker's stand hung the immense "Y" Club banner, providing a brilliant orange-and-gray background. The place cards consisted of many-small orange cards, each of which bore a tiny yuletide design in honor of the Christmas season. Word was received last night by the committee in charge that Frank Helton, city commissioner of fiifance, had reserved a place, and that many other city officials were expected, thus testifying to the notice the luncheon is receiving off the campus.
Santa Susanna Field Trip Proves Interesting [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 17 December 1930
Santa Susanna Field Trip Proves Interesting "A stream bed tilted up on edge," was one.'of the interesting findings' reported by the Jaysee geologists on their recent trip to Santa Susanna. Mr. Osterholt's entire geology class .went on the trip. The Santa Susanna district is claimed by Mr. Osterholt to be one of the most interesting districts for the study of geology in California, owing to the erosion and distortion of the earth forming monuments giving excellent evidence of sedimentation and examples of sedimentation. Another point of interest is a defaulcated area just back of the town. In this area one of the most perfect faults in the state of California is to be found. The members of the class had lunch at the Santa Susanna Cafe. This is the last of the field trips to be held this semester. Mr. Osterholt says that all have been wry successful, the women and the men in the class having found them equally interesting. Typewriters will be worn out on term papers over the holidays....
Wallbank To Go to .Stanford Dec. 29 [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 17 December 1930
Wallbank To Go to .Stanford Dec. 29 Walter T. Wallbank will attend the next semi-annual meeting of the Pacific Coast Section of the American Historical Society, which is to be held December 29 and 30 at Stanford University. Although Mr. Wallbank is not conducting any courses in history at Santa Monica, he has made a great study of this field, concen trating on British history. Mr. Wallbank led a round table discussion in connection with the Institute of International Relations, which was in session at the Mission Inn at Riverside last week. The Institute, of which Rufus B. von KleinSmid, president of U. S. C.. is president this year, studied the problems df Great Britain since the' World War. Wallbank's subject was "Constitutional Developments in the British Empire."
Alphas Put In Heavy Team Against Upper Classmen In Tug-o- War; Win Victory In First Semi-Annual Meet [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 17 December 1930
Alphas Put In Heavy Team Against Upper Classmen In Tug-o- War; Win Victory In First Semi-Annual Meet "Pull! pull! pull!" was the theme of the first tug-o-war to be held in the history of Santa Monica Junior College, jirhen the Alphas met the upperclassmen on the football field in the event, which is to become traditional to the College, and won a distinct and decisive victory over the seniors. Encircling the two teams of contestants was a large crowd "®of students and instructors. Lined up ,on either side of the four-feet-deep pit were two teams, consisting of 15 men each. Mr. W. R. B. Ostcrholt of the Junior College faculty officiated. At the word "go" both teams heaved and tugged with slight advantage, first one giving slightly and then the other. First to gain ground were the upperclass men, but, after dragging their rivals ■« yard or two toward the pit lilted with water, their progress was stemmed by a determined effort on the part of the Alpha;. Then began the rout! The entire ...
Club Makes Display [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 17 December 1930
Club Makes Display El Nacimiento, which may be seen in the outer office, Is a, replica of the festivity practiced in Mexico and Spain. In Mexico it is represented by people who take part in enacting it as a church play. The color and solemnity 'with which this play is presented makes it Sne of the most interesting holidays throughout the country. Both Mexican- and Spanish people take pride in keeping Christmas.
J. C. MUSIC CLUB GIVES PROGRAM [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 17 December 1930
J. C. MUSIC CLUB GIVES PROGRAM A note of the Jaysee Christmas spirit was first sounded by the Associated Women Students with a generous distribution of miniature Christmas trees; however, it took the Music Club really to express the spirit fully with their assembly program of Christmas carols. First on the program came Verna Kendall, who played Calver's Christmas Fantasia. A spirit of soothing calm enveloped the assembly, and grew into a madding desire for the Unknown. The Junior College women's trio rendered two selections, Panis Angelicus b Franclc, and Arise Shine for Thy Light Has Come, by Elvey. The trio is composed of Winifred Andrews, first soprano; Evelyn Miller, mezzo-soprano, and Adele Winn, alto. Following Midnight Bells, by Kreisler, as interpreted by Frances Hudson on the violin, the male quartet, composed of Bernard Rogers, Morse Little, Howard Andrews and Allan Freeman, entertained the assemblage with a selection from Bach and another from Richards. The program wound ...
THE SAMOJAC [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 17 December 1930
THE SAMOJAC Published ' r * r 7 Wednesday during the college year by Santa Monica Junior College, Santa Monica, California. Subscription 31-00 per year. "Application for entry at second-class matter is pending." STAFF JOHN REYNOLDS Editor WALTER GUSHMAK Associate Editor FRED SALTER Sports Editor E. R. COULSON Faculty Adviser Departmental Writers Margaret Johnson Literary Alice Willers 1 Dorothy Murray Calendar Lucille Williams t Clubs Steve Robinson 1 Bud Henn ) Hubert Saunders Ruth Hunt ) c ■ , Eric Moore .. w Adele Winn ) Soclety Myrtle Fletcher [ ews Roy Henderson, Gus Vignolle ( c Frank Watson | Helen Stelzriede, Ray Davis J P or s Charles Moore j Art Redden Comment WALTER GUSHMAN Editor this week , ■ M. MEMBER OF PRESS' ASJ&amp;C YATION
Christmas Vacation [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 17 December 1930
Christmas Vacation Now that Christmas vacation is at hand, just what, it may be asked, is a student's idea of vacation? Perhaps no single answer will be satisfactory, for the views held concerning the use of leisure time are many and varied. There are those students who look forward to this vacation as a more or less continuous round of pleasure. There are those who have found jobs that will take up most of their attention. There are those who have no definite plans regarding their holiday activities except idleness and aimlessness. Then there are those who look upon this vacation as an excellent opportunity to strengthen their scholastic weaknesses and perhaps to raise their grade of failure to one of success. Now, since we are all attending college with the view mainly of obtaining personal success, is not the idea of vacation as a timely opportunity for further study the most satisfactory and pleasant? Some may argue that a quiet rest is necessary, but how many students can reall...
New Spirit for Jaysee [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 17 December 1930
New Spirit for Jaysee Last Thursday, when the Alphas met the upper classmen in the first clash ever to be held between classes at the Junior College, there came into being something new, something which we, who have been here for more than a year, have not felt before; loyalty of a new order and a deeper feeling of patriotism arose from the splashing of muddy waters into the realization that we, too, have traditions; that we no longer are a number of individual students, but a group of loyal Corsairs welded into a single family; that we can always look back upon the "old jaysee" and see in it everything that is to be wanted. Class struggle, with us, will lead to a new solidarity among the entire student body, although it may sound like a paradox. And how can we show this new enthusiasm, this new spirit of co-operation and loyalty? Right now, we have a splendid basketball team, which is going to put up a mighty good scrap for divisional rating. Come out to the games! It is fine sport...