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POMONA BEA TENBY CORSAIR [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 11 February 1931

POMONA BEA TENBY CORSAIR Advancing another step in their race for conference honors, the Santa Monica Junior College basketball team defeated the Pomona quintet, 37 to 26. in a fast game played on the losers' court. The Cossack team gave the Corsairs a real scare, and it was late in the second half before Captain Wally Hickman could get his team hitting on all five. The half ended with the locals enjoying a 19-15 lead. Shankland, star Pomona forward, was the big noise of the evening, scoring 20 of his team's 26 points. Some of his shots were positively uncanny, and he gave the Corsair rooters many an uncomfortable moment. O'Rourke, Hickman and Athey hit their stride in the final half, and proceeded to sink some nice shots from mid-floor. Moore played a nice passing game, but failed to break into the scoring column. With a comfortable lead of ten points, Coach Mishler made several substitutions and sent his regulars to the showers. The game ended a few seconds later, with the final s...

Publication Title: Corsair
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"BERDOO" NOSED OUT IN THRILLER [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 11 February 1931

"BERDOO" NOSED OUT IN THRILLER In a game which had a real Frank Merriwell finish, the Santa Monica Junior College Corsair hoopsters nosed out the San Bernardino Jaysee quintet, 17 to 16, last Wednesday evening, at the municipal auditorium. While it rained and thundered outside, five hard-fighting Corsair casaba-tossers were playing the game of their lives within the walls of the muny aud. pill Athey, brilliant guard, by virtue of caging the basket in the last few seconds of play while the San Berdoo men were leading, 16 to 15, turned out to be the hero and star of the day. With but half a minute to play, and the Corsairs trailing by one digit, Kent, sub forward, was awarded a free throw. He missed, the sphere bouncing to the side. Then, with the speed of a flash, Athev leaped into the air and lipped the ball into the hoop to win the game. The entire S. M. J. C. five—Stevenson, Moore, O'Rourke, Athey and Captain Hickman —played a wonderful game throughout. O'Rourke, center, led in th...

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TARGET PRACTICE [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 11 February 1931

TARGET PRACTICE Bv GUS VIGNOLLE ATHLETIC CHARACTER Some students on the athletic teams here at Santa Monica have not the right spirit in one way — they don't pull for one anotder If a man is not good enough to make the first string, he should by all means of fairness pull and help the ones that have. Sometimes that attitude doesn't exist here. It must be remembered that it is the test of a man's real spirit to pull for the others and keep the spirit of the {earn as a whole, right. THIS AND THAT Although there are about 30 men out for track, Manager Prentice Foote announces that more high jumpers and polevaulters are certainly needed. Anyone having had any kind of past experience is urged to come out and see Coach Osterholt. A round robin tournament will begin very soon for the tennis men. Everybody plays each other, to eliminate all but 10 men. About seventeen golfers reported Monday to the S. M. links. Prospects look good. Mr. C. F. Phipps is in charge, and Carlos Hine is manager. ...

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CHAFFEY PANTHERS HOOK UP WITH S. M. FIVE [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 11 February 1931

CHAFFEY PANTHERS HOOK UP WITH S. M. FIVE Coach "Muggs" Mitchell's Chaffey basketball quintet will be the opposition for the Santa Monica Junior College basketball five Saturday night at the municipal auditorium, when both quintets square off at 8:00 p. m. Last Saturday the Chaffey quintet bumped the former conference-leading San Bernardino Indians, 36 to 23, to put them temporarily out of the running. The contest was said to have been an extremely close one, although the count doesn't seem to indicate it. Should Duane Stevenson, Corsair forward, be in one of his usual basketshooting moods Saturday night, it might be curtains for the Chaffey boys. Stevenson, when he is not off his game, usually is good for from 15 to 20 digits. It is whom Coach Mishler will choose to start at the other forward berth. Moore, who has shown up quite well lately, is a hard fighter and might get the call. "Pop" O'Rourke, center, and one of the most consistent and reliable men on the team, will probably st...

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Basketball Schedule [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 11 February 1931

Basketball Schedule Wednesday, February 11 — Riverside J. C., at Santa Monica Saturday, February 1+ — Chaffey J. C., at Santa Monica. Saturday, February 21 — Citrus J. C., at Citrus.

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How They Stand [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 11 February 1931

How They Stand PLAYED WON LOST PCT. Santa Monica 7 5 2 .714 Chaffey 7 5 2 .714 Riverside 7 5 2 .714 San Bernardino 7 4 3 .571 Citrus 7 2 5 .286 Pomona 7 0 7 .000

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 18 February 1931

A. S. B. Tickets Required for Entrance At All Games A. S. B. Tickets Required for Entrance At All Games VOL. 11., No. 22 SANTA MONICA JUNIOR COLLEGE, SANTA MONICA, CALIFORNIA Wednesday, February 18, 193

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S. M. DEBATERS LEAD EASTERN CONFERENCE [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 18 February 1931

S. M. DEBATERS LEAD EASTERN CONFERENCE With the bagging of a two-to-one decision over Long Beach, Santa Monica debaters are in a fair position for the Eastern Division championship. The determining factor will be the resvlt of the L. A. J. C.-Compton J. C. fracas. Los Angeles Junior College now has nine points toward the title, as against Santa Monica's ten points. The score at the beginning of the season was: Santa Monica seven, L. A. J. C. five points. Mcßride and Little, who contended against the Angels, lost a hard-fought battle over the payment of athletes by universities, thus putting Los Angeles in the running. SPINCRIFT WEEK

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CLASSES CLOSE FOR ALPHA-BETA WAR [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 18 February 1931

CLASSES CLOSE FOR ALPHA-BETA WAR Tradition is being revived, and the annual class-feud will be the big event Thursday afternoon, according to word received from the Beta and Alpha classes. Tradition has it that this battle shall decide the superiority of the Alphas or Betas. If the Betas win, the Alphas will have to obey their rules —wearing dinks, and so on. If the Alphas win, they may disregard these. Each of the classes, Beta and Alpha, have chosen twenty men for the tug-of-war to be staged Thursday on the Junior College athletic field. The trench is being dug by the lowly Alphas, and, if they win, the Betas are liable to get a good sousing, not to mention the fact that they will be responsible for bailing the water out and filling the hole. This tug-of-war promises to be a good one, and the whole school is invited to come out and cheer. The party commences at exactly 2:50 p. m.

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Will Essay Double Role [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 18 February 1931

Will Essay Double Role RACHEL BOSWELL, young Junior College mezzo-soprano, who will essriy the parts of Irma and Mussette in Victor Herbert's "The Fortune Teller."

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WOMEN PLAN WELCOME TEA FOR NEW FROSH [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 18 February 1931

WOMEN PLAN WELCOME TEA FOR NEW FROSH Following the custom set last year, the women of the college are planning a reception tea honoring and welcoming the new women students into the organizations. The tea is sponsored by the A. W.. 5., the Y. W. C. A. and the W. A. A. The increase in the student body will warrant this tea being much more elaborate and more like those given the freshmen in the larger universities. Frances Husdon is the general chairman in charge of the tea, and she has the following women working as her assistants: Duska Kirkpatrick, Beulah Hart, Mable Forburger, Lucille Wittorf, Joy Rutherford and Barbara Gardener. This reception will be in the form of a Japanese tea, and will take place one week from today, Wednesday, February 25, at 3:35. The place will be announced later. All of the women are asked to keep this date in mind, and to come to the tea, as it is planned by the women and is for the women. SPINDRIFT WEEK

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JAYSEE "HELLO DAY" IS NOTABLE SUCCESS [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 18 February 1931

JAYSEE "HELLO DAY" IS NOTABLE SUCCESS Last Thursday, February 12, was "Hello Day" on the Santa Monica Junior College campus. This was officially sponsored by the Associated Student Body under the direct supervision of Evelyn Cook, Commissioner of Arts. Tags of four different colors, each color denoting a class, were issued; on these the wearers' names were written. These tags were displayed conspicuously. Those newcomers to the Junior College who wished to become better acquainted had ample opportunity last Thursday, as an especially friendly spirit prevailed during the day. A penny hop was sponsored during the x-period, in order to carry out the getacquainted idea. A larger number of the Alpha class attended than was expected. This was the first time a Hello Day had been tried here at Santa Monica, and, owing to its apparent success, there is a possibility of its becoming one of our pleasant traditions.

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CLASS ORGANIZATION COMPLETED TUESDAY [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 18 February 1931

CLASS ORGANIZATION COMPLETED TUESDAY At the assembly held yesterday during the third period Dr. Bush announced the formation of the Gamma and Delta classes would begin at once. Mrs. Cejudo will be faculty adviser for the Deltas, and Mr. Dulin for the Gammas. Following the assembly the four class divisions held sectional meetings. During the assembly a member of the W. A. A. announced that all women students belonging to the Alpha class would be required to wear the frosh dinkies. Freshmen women were allowed one hour in which to purchase the dinks; it was stated that serious consequences would follow for those not wearing them. Eric Moore announced that tables would be put on the balcony for those wishing to purchase yearbook receipts. The size and nature of the book was also demonstrated to the student body. Arthur Redden stated that the large-size book could not be made up unless sales this week warranted the large edition.

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SCIENTISTS ELECT MURRAY PREXY [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 18 February 1931

SCIENTISTS ELECT MURRAY PREXY About thirty students attended the second meeting of the Science Club, February 11. The meeting opened with Dorothy Murray in the chair as acting chairman. A constitution was considered, and, with a few changes, was adopted. Nomination and election of officers were then held. Miss Murray was chosen as president; George Pride, vice-president; and Charles Drake, secretary-treasurer. The club plans to have two meetings monthly. The programs will include speakers from outside sources, as well as from its. membership. -SPINDRIVT WEEK-/

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OFFICIAL NOTICE [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 18 February 1931

OFFICIAL NOTICE The Junior College Y. M. C. A. has been disbanded by official action. RALPH H. BUSH, Director. -SPINDRIFT WEEK All equestrians interested in horseback riding will organize at class at a meeting to be held Thursday noon at 12:15, in room 12.

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WHO'S NEXT [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 18 February 1931

WHO'S NEXT Good afternoon! Polite and eventempered, as always! Naturally, and in logical order, it must follow that even we hate to open our charming column with disagreeable business, but it seems that we must retaliate. When a gentleman, author of another column, gets nasty, we thank him for his implied compliment, and in answer merely remark that it doesn't take a snooper to see the obvious. In such graceful manner we move ourself to nicer people. Another man, and what a man! The well known "VVaterboy" Fish, the man (Continued on Page Three) (Continued from Page One) with a distorted sense of humor and an appalling laugh. We've known him to laugh in class at the strangest things; we've even heard him laugh with the charming misses from Beverly Hills. We object to his fatal personality in regards to these same misses, but we say nothing about it. Ah, no, we leave him to laugh. And now! The gym teacher's help and hindrance! The real organizer and officer! The only important member ...

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CALENDAR [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 18 February 1931

CALENDAR Thursday, Feb. 19 — Athenaeum Club. Saturday, Feb. 21 — Basketball game at Citrus. . Tuesday, Feb. 24 — W. A. A. meeting and program. Wednesday, Feb. 25 — German Club.

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THE SAMOJAC [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 18 February 1931

THE SAMOJAC Published cv«ry Wednesday during the college year by Santa Monica Junior College, Santa Monica, California. Subscription 31.00 per year. "Application for entry as second-class matter is pending." STAFF JOHN REYNOLDS. Editor FRED SALTER ) WALTER GUSHMAN >• Associates MYRTLE FLETCHER ) HUBERT SAUNDERS ... News Editor Gus VIGNOLLE Sports Editor E. R. COULSON Faculty Adviser Departmental Writers Zelda Gottlieb Margaret Johnson Literary Suzanne Fisher Lucille Williams 1 Dorothy Groenewegen R uth Hunt I , Emdßottenll y . News Adele Winn \ Clubs Mary Louise Carnes r Edward Villarreal J T l ri L c^ re Mabel Forburger \ Q . KXW . Shirley Martin [ •""» Larry Magee Drama J oh:; 1J - Lumsden / Exchanges Art Redden Comment Steve Robinson ) = MEMBER OF = PR E <,( A'JSIC lATION

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New Office Proves Boon [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 18 February 1931

New Office Proves Boon The opening of the office of the Dean of Women, this semester, is a decided advantage to the Junior College, for it gives us an opportunity to avail ourselves of more social life and activities. Now we shall be able to avoid the conflict of dates and hours for meetings and social functions, because it is through Dean Robinson that all arrangements for affairs of social nature are made. Co-operation of the sponsors and committee chairmen in this respect will obviously reap benefits for the J. C. and its many organizations. It is hoped that students understand that Miss Robinson is not a monarch who reigns supreme in her office, for the front part of this office is always open to committees of all kinds, for their meetings; and Miss Robinson is very anxious to help us in our planning of social functions and to aid us in scheduling them. If at any time Miss Robinson is not available, students are to get in touch with Evelyn Cook, commissioner of arts, who will ma...

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EXCHANGES [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 18 February 1931

EXCHANGES Palo Alto bankers estimate that the average Stanford University student receives approximately $1,250 annually in checks from home. The freshmen at Smith College were given mental tests, before the holidays, and were reported by Dr. Frances Scott as showing "amazing ignorance." Two co-eds of the New Jersey College for Women were suspended for being caught in a raid on a speak-easy. We don't know whether the moral is not to attend speak-easies, or not to go to women's colleges. The faculty of the University of Rochester recently voted to do away with all 8 o'clock classes. The professors have evidently decided that it would be better to let the students do their sleeping in their own rooms rather than in a class. This item should be of interest to debaters, in view of the recent practice debate with Compton. The Daily Trojan states that over $2,500 in scholarship loans were granted to University of Georgia students recently by the Atlanta Rotary Educational Foundation. SPIN...

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