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Cat Fosters Puppy [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 28 January 1931
Cat Fosters Puppy NEWHOPE, W. VA. —A venerable cat owned by Mrs. Allen Belcher has proved a fine foster-mother for a beagle hound pup, which was given to the cat when it was one day old. The pup is now seven months old and larger than its foster mother, but the two are inseparable.
Junior College Club Calendar [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 28 January 1931
Junior College Club Calendar CLUB REGULAR MEETING TIME PLACE PRESIDENT Athenaeum first and third third period R&lt;Som 11 John Reynolds Thursday A. W. S. first and third third period Room 11 Margaret Johnson Tuesday Cosmopolitan first and third 7:30 p. m. Eric Moore Wednesday Engineering First and third third period Room 12 Frank Watson Tuesday German second and fourth 7:30 p m. Arthur Redden Wednesday Glee Howard Andrews Los Hidalgos (See announcement on Bulletin Board) Allan Freeman Lettermen every Thursday "x" period Field house Bill Athey Y. W. C. A. Cabinet first and 3:35 Room 11 Ruth Hunt third Monday Regular meeting 7:30 p. m. "Y" house second and fourth Monday Y. M. C. A. Cabinet first and 3:35 Room 12 Ted Gros* third Monday Regular meeting 7:30 p. m. 211 Bdway second and fourth Monday W. A. A. Belle Waltz
MISSION PLAY TO OPEN FEB. FIRST WITH R.D. McLEAN [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 28 January 1931
MISSION PLAY TO OPEN FEB. FIRST WITH R.D. McLEAN R. D. Mac Lean will again make the spirit of Fra Junipero Serra live and breathe in San Gabriel when John Steven McGroarty's perennial "Mission Play" opens its doors Sunday. State-wide inauguration of a fiesta year has renewed interest in California's early, colorful life which is so beautifully depicted in McGroarty's pageant of the founding, rise and fall of the missions. It is expected that during the short season of the play this year, delegations from various cities in the state will attend performances. McLean will be supported by lrmalee Campbell as Sra. Josepha Yorba and a strong cast of a hundred persons.
Science Department Announces New Club [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 28 January 1931
Science Department Announces New Club The science department announced Friday that plans are now under way for the formation of a science club; membership in this organization to be open to all students with a grade above C in their science courses. At the present time a constitution is being considered, and supporters of the movement declare the club will soon be active. It is planned to have the organization meet every two weeks. At these meetings scientific topics will be discussed, plans also calling for the presentation to members of o-utside speakers who will lead discussions on various topics of interest to the club's membership. The science department, which is back ing the organization of the club, believe„ there is great opportunity for trips to be made by the organization. The purpose of the club is stated to be one of creating fellowship among science students.
New Jaysee Students Welcomed By W.A.A. [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 28 January 1931
New Jaysee Students Welcomed By W.A.A. A cordial welcome is extended by the W. A. A. executive board to all of the new women of the Jaysee. It is hoped that the new women will come out for the various athletic sports and outside activities. The outside activities arc carried on during the x-period on Thursdays, which is from 11:30 a. m. to 12:50 p. m.; this period i 9 long enough to insure all those interested time to eat and participate. The various activities offered are: tap dancing, tennis, speedball, horseback riding and golf. If there is a group that is interested in any other activity such as bowling or miniature golf, they are asked to sec Miss Carroll, instructor of physical education. In the very near future a meeting of the W. A. A. will be held. All women are urged to attend as many important and interesting things will be discussed. When a woman refers to her late hus band it doesn't follow that she is a widow A rolling basketball gathers no score
CORSAIRS AND OWLS TANGLE SATURDAY [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 28 January 1931
CORSAIRS AND OWLS TANGLE SATURDAY Coach Mishler's Crew Encounters Citrus Jay see Basketballers; Hard Engagement Is Anticipated After losing to San Bernardino J. C. and Chaffey J. C. and winning from Pomona and Riverside, Coach Floyd Mishler's hard-fighting Corsair melon-tossers are ready to encounter the Owls from Citrus Junior College. The fray is slated to start at 8:00 o'clock Saturday evening, in the municipal auditorium. Humbled by the powerful Chaffey five last Saturday, Captain Wally Hickman's men are° out for blood and hope to avenge themselves by making the Owls open their eyes in the night and see what is going on if they possibly can. Although not much is known of the Citrus casabaslingers, it is reported that they possess a good quintet. Furthermore, the Owls will be out fighting hard to register a win and even things up for that football trouncing they took from the Corsairs last season. The lineup which Coach Mishler intends to start in the impending fray is still prob...
INITIAL TRACK CALL MADE BY OSTERHOLT [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 28 January 1931
INITIAL TRACK CALL MADE BY OSTERHOLT Monday Coach Osterholt issued a special invitation for all men students to attend the first meeting of the 1931 track and field team. He made a plea for a large turnout, and outlined the possibilities. The A. A. U. Relay Carnival at Pomona, Saturday, February 21, will witness the first actual intercollegiate competition. Practice meets have been scheduled, and use of the High School facilities obtained. There are only twelve members of last year's squad who will return to the scene of action. It is reported by the athletic commissioner that middle-distance men are in demand. There will be no one in either the high or low hurdles from the past team. The field events offer another opportunity for those who possess the fine art of wielding the javelin, discus and shot. Last season several inexperienced men earned their letters. Under the direction of Coach Osterholt, with the able leadership of Captain Harry Wills, and the co-operation of every trac...
TARGET PRACTICE [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 28 January 1931
TARGET PRACTICE By Gus VIGNOLLE * * * AN INTRODUCTION With the passing of the old semester, the term of Fred Salter, as sports editor, expired. Fred did a worthy job in kieping S. M. J. C. students informed as far as sporting news was concerned. It is only the wish of the new sports editor, your column conductor, to follow up the good work that Fred commenced. Students interested in writing sports articles for the Samojac are to see Fred Salter or the writer of this column. Also, those having ideas that would tend to make this page better and more attractive are urged to drop their suggestions in. ATHLETIC PARTICIPATION It is said that success follows right as naturally as day follows night. Well, we hope that holds true as far as athletics are concerned, in S. M. Jaysee. Last semester, in the first year of football competition, the Corsairs batted .500, which was not bad at all, eh what? This new second semester has more opportunities to offer. There are basketball, track, cross-co...
Corsairs Routed by 1930 Hoop Champ [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 28 January 1931
Corsairs Routed by 1930 Hoop Champ The Santa Monica basketball team met its Waterloo Saturday, when the strong Chaffey quintet took a hard-fought game by the score of 41 to 29. The inland team was never in danger, although the game was harder fought than the score indicates. At one time the Corsairs trailed by only four points. From the point of individual playing, everyone on the Santa Monica team played good basketball, but fjom the standpoint of teamwork, the Corsairs failed to function. The local team looked good in spots but was no match for the 1930 Junior College champions. However, Coach Mishler's cohorts are not discouraged with the prospects of taking the conference title, as every team in the conference has lost at least one game. Following are the lineups SANTA MONICA FOSITION CHAFFEY Stevenson r. f Captain Carter O'Rourke c Rathrock Martin 1. f Keough Capt. Hickman r. g McCormick Aihey 1. g Everett Substitutions: S. *M. —Kent, Starr, Pride, Guida, Ammerraan; Chaffev — M...
RIVERSIDE DEFEATED BY CORSAIR QUINTET [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 28 January 1931
RIVERSIDE DEFEATED BY CORSAIR QUINTET Featured by the brilliant shooting of "Pop" O'Rourke'and the excellent passing of Captain Hickman, Athey, Martin and Stevenson, the Corsair basketball team emerged victorious 30-38 in their third conference encounter, on January 17. O'Rourke showed uncanny accuracy in caging ten points, to carry off high-point honors. Hickman and Martin followed close behind with eight each. The half ended 16 to 17, with the Corsairs in possession of a slim one-point lead, but the local quintet'came back strong in the final frame, to completely overwhelm the Tiger team by scoring 21 digits. Mishler then sent in a flock of substitutes, and the Riverside five made a desperate attempt to overcome the Corsairs' lead, but of no avail, the game ending a few seconds later with the score standing: Santa Monica 38, Riverside 30.
Mishlerites Win By Large Score [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 28 January 1931
Mishlerites Win By Large Score History by now: Santa Monica Junior College 46; Pomona Junior College 16. In a basketball melee held at the municipal auditorium a few weeks ago, the Corsairs triumphed by the aforementioned score. With Coach Mishler's men playing a classy brand of basketball, the Pomona boys were excelled in every department of the game by a scrappy and well-func-tioning Corsair crew. Although Pomona had a mediocre five, Captain Hickman's gang performed in a way that will make it a threat during the remainder of the casaba-tossing season. Duane Stevenson, right forward, led the scoring for the locals with 14 points. "Pop" O'Rourke, center, followed closely with 13. The rest of the digits were accounted for mostly bv the subs. Coach Mishler's starting lineup consisted of Stevenson and Starr, forwards; O'Rourke, center, and Zendell and Capt. Hickman, guards.
Samohi Still Has Chance [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 28 January 1931
Samohi Still Has Chance Santa Monica's basketball quintet, byvirtue of Redondo's triumph over Huntington Park, still has a remote chance to cop the Bay League gonfalon. The Vikings take on Coach Manuel Laranetta's San Pedro Pirates Friday, while Coach Grayson Turney's Gondoliers lock horns with the Redondo Sea Hawks at Redondo. In the other fray, lnglewood meets the Huntington Park Spartans.
Basketball Schedule [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 28 January 1931
Basketball Schedule Saturday, January 31 — Citrus J. C., at Santa Monica. Wednesday, February 4 San Bernardino J. C. at Santa Monica Saturday, February 7 Pomona J. C., at Pomona. Wednesday, February 11— Riverside J. C., at Santa Monica. Saturday, February 14 — Chaffey J. C., at Santa Monica. Saturday, February 21 — Citrus J. C., at Citrus.
Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 4 February 1931
Ml/1 f7\\ /\ ( I I ( !j /&gt; J ] If I I J //\\ I I iIIfL.JL, A ' S " B ' TicketB Required for Entrance At All Games A. S. B. Tickets Required for Entrance At All Games 1 VOL. 11., No. 20 SANTA MONICA JUNIOR COLLEGE, SANTA MONICA, CALIFORNIA Wednesday, February 4, 1931
BETAS PLAN "FROSH" RECEPTION [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 4 February 1931
BETAS PLAN "FROSH" RECEPTION "Every Man for Himself\ and Every Woman for What She Can Get" Will Be Order of Evening, Says Anakin Take out that life insurance policy before February 6. Eight masters of rhythm will begin gathering momentum Friday evening of this week, at eight o'clock, when the Associated Student Body, through the efforts of the Betas, officially welcomes all neophytes and newly enrolled upper class students at the spring term Freshman Reception. Plans are now for what the Betas believe is to be the outstanding social event sponsored by the College since its founding. Freeman's eight-piece dance orchestra will direct traffic for the evening; Burton Anakin, master of ceremonies, is to handle all cases of injury and overeating during the hour of refreshment; everyone will keep his money in his pockets, admittance being free to student body members. The Betas are arranging for the entertainment and organization of this welcome to the frosh; the A. S. B. treasury has arra...
English Students Plan Inspection Of Pasadena Playhouse [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 4 February 1931
English Students Plan Inspection Of Pasadena Playhouse Students of this college have been offered an unusual opportunity to see one of Barrie's plays, "What Every Woman Knows," which is being presented at the Pasadena Community Playhouse from February 5 to 14. On January 29 Mr. Edwin R. Coulson received the following letter from the Pasadena Community Playhouse Association : "We will be pleased to quote a rate for the Santa Monica Junior College students in a party of twenty or more. The rates are as follows: i&gt;l seats for 80 cents, and SO cent seats for 40 cents. We trust you will send your order at the earliest opportunity, because of the fact that the advance sale is extremely heavy and we want you to have excellent seats. " Yours very truly, Pasadena Playhouse Association of Pasadena, By Chas. F. Parker." Mr. Coulson announced that his English classes were planning to attend one of the performances; anyone wishing to attend the play at the quoted rates is to get in to...
"OLD HEIDELBERG" ASSEMBL YFEA TURE [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 4 February 1931
"OLD HEIDELBERG" ASSEMBL YFEA TURE At the foreign language assembly to be held in the near future, German, French and Spanish will have skits representing the countries whose languages they represent. The German Club is to present several scenes pertinent to student life in Germany. Student activities at "Old Heidelberg" will be prominently featured, with costumes appropriate to the occasion. The Spanish Club program will be pertinent to student life, also, and will probably be in Spanish. The French classes will present Parisian scenes and carrv out the theme of the other classes.
OVEREMPHASIS OF ATHLETICS HIT AT PENNSYLVANIA"!)" [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 4 February 1931
OVEREMPHASIS OF ATHLETICS HIT AT PENNSYLVANIA"!)" Creation of a new department of physical education, with athletic coaches engaged on a full-time basis, as members of the faculty and with salaries "in accordance with the scale provided for all members of the university faculty," was announced today by President Thomas S. Gates of the University of Pennsylvania. "In no case will the compensation of coaches be in excess of that provided for other members of the faculty," the president said. The most interesting section of the report, and the one looked forward to most generally, was that relating to football. The new system eliminates spring and pre-season fall practice. No game will be played before the university is officially in session. No game will be scheduled on days other than Saturdays, and the football season will be limited to "a reasonable number of games" by administrative order. No regularly scheduled games will be played at night.