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Magee Wins for J. C. [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 12 November 1929
Magee Wins for J. C. The last Penny Hop held i-n the girls' gymnasium was attended by many Junior College students. The decorations were appropriate for the occasion, and transformed the interior of the gym into a delightful.ball room. The honors of the college were successfully upheld by Lawrence Magee, who won the dance contest over a,large field. When interviewed by a reporter of the SaMoJaC, Magee only responded, "I did it for the honor of S. M. J. C."
Victorious Corsairs Play Stellar Defense In Game IVith Los Angeles Quintet [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 12 November 1929
Victorious Corsairs Play Stellar Defense In Game IVith Los Angeles Quintet Coupling a smashing offense with a stonewall defense, the Corsairs defeated the Los Angeles Pacific College last Wednesday afternoon at the Lincoln Junior High School gymnasium. score, 40-15, was indicative of the type of basketball Santa Monica played. Not one of the visitors' goals were made inside of the foul line. They took long shots because they found it was useless to try to penetrate the Corsair defense. TheO Los Angeles team had a couple of "Deadeye Dicks" in their squad, however, and sank some " mean" baskets. Their passing was good and the Coach complimented them on their prospects of a good running team The two teams worked together very nicely. L. A. P. C. had some new plays they wanted to try, and Santa Monica didn't mind practicing a little defense. However, one cannot blame Santa Monica for taking the ball now and then, and making a few points. The visitors were slow in getting their plays sta...
W. A. A. Conclave Shy Vote Quorum [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 12 November 1929
W. A. A. Conclave Shy Vote Quorum Where were all the women students last Thursday, November 8? There was supposed to have been a meeting to organize a W. A. A. (Women's Athletic Association) the third period Thursday, but no women were there. It seems that it was due to an announcement made the day before, that there would be no meeting the following morning. A meeting was held again on Tuesday, November 13, 1929, at ten o'clock for the purpose of organizing the W. A. A. A constitution committee was chosen to work on a W. A. A. constitution which will be presentable to the W. A. F. (Women's Athletic Federation). After the W. A. A. is organized there will be managers for various sports. It is expected that there will be managers for: tennis, hockey, archery, swimming, baseball, basketball, speedball, and many others. If there are any sports the women wish to organize, see Miss Carroll, she will be glad to receive suggestions and will cooperate with you.
Sport Randoms [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 12 November 1929
Sport Randoms The Golden Bear continued its winning tune by bowling over Montana with second and third string men. The varsity went in for a period for a slight workout. The two best cupids are the Misses Lillian Machado and Eleanor Niblev. They have made the highest scores in archery so far, and are ready to give information on the art of arrow-slinging and "beaux." If there were ever two games played against the same team in the same bowl in exactly opposite tempo, the California and Nevada games were it. Southern California's opponents were as different in caliber as day is different from night. U. C. L. A. will meet the Galloping Gaels in the Coliseum this coming Saturday in what will prove to be an interesting battle. The Westwood boys have been tasting Madigan's plays in practice and let's hope they have cultivated that taste by Saturday. Stanford received the surprise of its life last Saturday when the Huskies smacked them so hard on the chin that they could only make one tou...
Ground Broken For U. S. C. Gymnasium [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 12 November 1929
Ground Broken For U. S. C. Gymnasium Ground was broken today for the new Physical Education and Recreation Building of the University of Southern California. This new building will house both the men and women. The edifice will cost about 3750,000. Executives ,of both the administrative body and the student council attended the ceremonies of the ground breaking. After this a rally and send-off for the football team was held in the auditorium. The building will have three floors. A swimming pool, handball courts, locker rooms, basketball courts, offices, lecture rooms, wrestling and boxing rooms, and a dance studio are to be included in the building. One feature will be a roof garden equipped as a solarium which will permit sun baths and provide outdoor calisthenic facilities. This building will be the fourth to be added to the campus this year. The others are Bridge Hall, Science Hall, and Mudd Memorial Hall of Philosophy. Of the 1,233 students who took the Subject A Examination at ...
Harriers—Notice [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 12 November 1929
Harriers —Notice All men interested in a cross country team report to Coach Osterholt at the Field House on Tuesday at 2:45 and 3:45. Since this is Santa Monica's first year in the cross country conference, as many men as possible are asked to come out for the hill and dale sport. No previous experience is required, but those who do know something about the work will be heartily welcomed.
Bush and Sandy Are Golf Finalists [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 12 November 1929
Bush and Sandy Are Golf Finalists The finals of the greatest golf tournament in the history of the Santa Monica Junior College will be staged soon when Dr. Bush and Prof. Sandmeyer tangle niblicks. The Professors have led a field of three; Mr. Phipps drew , a bye and dropped out, over the difficult course of the Municipal Golf "Club" at Clover Field. Competition has been so keen that the two stars have not allowed others to enter the match. The trophy for which they are digging the turf is the original concrete trophy, the only one of its kind, created by Monsieur Plaster of Paris. It is conceded to be his greatest work. The cup on display on Mr. Wallbank's desk until a curious news- paper man attempted to view it more closely. The strain was too great, pnd the cup parted with its base. Dr. Bush can be considered the favorite to win the cup by virtue of his ownership. Let the deepest dig win—-but kindly replace all turf.
Samohi and J. C. Golfers Halve Out [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 12 November 1929
Samohi and J. C. Golfers Halve Out In the match play last Thursday afternoon on the municipal golf course at Clover Field, the High School Golf Club played the Junior College Golf Club, with a tie resulting. The low score of the day was turned in by George Hine, with a total of 76 for the 18 holes. Everett Ang came in second by turning in a card of 80, while Byron Palmer made an 83. Match tournament rules were used in determining the winners. Hine won over Palmer 10 to 3 and halved 5 holes. Grace and Reed halved gut with 90 apiece, and Newell won over Bergeron 7 and 5, halving 3 holes. Donatelli won over Outcault 5 to 3, and halved 6 holes. Taft won over Henn of the Junior College, while Morehous, Junior College, won over Cotton. Ang won over Mason of the Junior College. Final score of the match finds a tie, the score being 3Yi to points each. The High School players turned in lower totals than the Junior College players, but the competition was close durring all the match. It has b...
Hill and Dalers Receive Call For Initial Practice [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 12 November 1929
Hill and Dalers Receive Call For Initial Practice The first call for the candidates of the Santa Monica Junior College cross country team has been sent out, and the men are to assemble at the Field House this afternoon at 2:45 for their initial instructions. Practice will start immediately and will be held on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Coach Osterholt will give his personal attention to the squad, and there will be no lack of ready information concerning courses, conference competition, and the endless other things that may come up those who are novices to the harrier's art. There are several in the College who were former "puddle-jumpers," and it is hoped that all of these men will report. Santa Monica's first year in the conference should be a memorable one, and it can be so by a real live interest and turnout on Tuesday. A trip will be made to Glendale to go over the course once or twice before the junior college meet, which will start from the Breakfast Club in Glendale.
Spartans Defeat J. C. Basketeers [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 12 November 1929
Spartans Defeat J. C. Basketeers The Immanuel Presbyterian Church Spartans defeated the Corsairs last Friday at the Spartans' gymnasium in Los Angeles. This victory gave them a two-to-one lead in the series of basketball games played so far. It was quite evident that the Corsairs were lacking in something, and whether it was the absence of one of the ablest members of the squad (the Coach has asked that no personal mention be made, as yet, of players, regardless of ability) or not, is mere conjecture. There was a tendency for some of the Jaysee men to play the ball individually. Attempt is a good word, because the ball was repeatedly taken away from them before they got very far. Then, too, the Corsairs slipped up on their defense, and several clever plays went through their fingers like water. A second game was played, which resulted in a tie. It was the biggest see-saw of the season; each team would make a shot to even the score. Then when the referee announced that the next baske...
Football Results [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 12 November 1929
Football Results The following are last Saturday's football results among the major college frosh and the junior college teams: U. S. C. Frosh, 39; U. C. L. A. Frosh, 0. Cal. Frosh, 6; Stanford Frosh, 0. Compton, 33; Chaffey, 6. Santa Ana, 38; San Bernardino, 0. Sacramento, 62; Southern Oregon, 7. San Diego High, 21; Bakersfield J. C., 0. Menlo, 14; Modesto, 12. San Mateo, 26; Cal. Poly. School, 6.
DEBATERS MEET TROJAN BABES [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 26 November 1929
DEBATERS MEET TROJAN BABES Corsair Team To Meet Trojan Frosh Debaters For Practice Contests With a practice debate scheduled with the University of Southern California freshman squad, the debate team is rapidly rounding into shape for its league contests with Santa Ana and Compton. The league debates will be held on December 6, with Santa Monica playing host to Santa Ana, and Compton performing a like service for the Corsair team. It is hoped that the debate here can be held ®in the afternoon, in order to enable the school to attend. Members of many business organizations in Santa Monica have signified their intention to attend. The topic is, " Resolved, that the installment plan is detrimental to the welfare of society. With such an up-to-date subject, much interest is being displayed by both contestants and those intending to hear the debate. Coach Wallbank is working hard with the squad and after the practice debate will work further to correct any weakness which will show up dur...
W. A. A. Officers Picked/ Will Be Installed Soon [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 26 November 1929
W. A. A. Officers Picked/ Will Be Installed Soon A meeting of the Women's Athletic Association was held last Thursday, November 21, 1929, for the purpose of adopting the constitution and electing officers. Miss Alice Magee, temporary chairman of the W. A. A., called the meeting to order. Miss Belle Waltz, temporary secretary, read the constitution, and it was unanimously adopted. The election of officers was the next business, and the results were as follows: president, Miss Helen Stelzriede; vicepresident, Miss Arline Mcßride; recording secretary, Miss Belle Waltz; secretarytreasurer, Miss Regina Bender. President Stelzriede and the board wish to thank those who worked so loyally on the W. A. A. constitution. They have done a wonderful piece of work and deserve much credit. It was decided that the W. A. A. board will draw up the point system. They will also make plans for the playday, which is to be held at the Glendale Junior College on December 7, 1929. W r e are sending one team...
Book Store to Have School Rooters Caps [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 26 November 1929
Book Store to Have School Rooters Caps Rooters caps and also frosh top-pieces will be in stock in the bookstore in a short time. The "dinkies" will be worn by all the fellows and will be made compulsory next year for all incoming freshmen. The caps will of course be of gray and orange, with orange as the principal color. The price will be quite reasonable, so that each student can have one. It is hoped that everyone in the school will become the owner of a school ''lid" so that a good showing: can be made at future^ontests.
Lodge Show Acclaimed By First Nighters [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 26 November 1929
Lodge Show Acclaimed By First Nighters The premiere of the current De Molav musical comedy, "You're Next," was presented Friday night at the Miles auditorium amid a wildly enthusiastic Vrowd of first-nighters. From the opening prologue between Chick Rutan and Ted Gross to the finale the production was a steady parade of catchy tunes, clever dancing, snappy lines and gorgeous costumes not to mention the antics of Harry Kreber, who "stole" the show as the comedian. Some of the melodies, all of which were original and written for this comedy by Mr. Denni, made instantaneous hits with the audience. Among these were, "It's the Punch That Counts," "The Rest Is Easy," "High Up on a Hill," and "You're 0. K. with Me, Old Dear, If I'm K. O. with You." The performance possessed a verge and snap which kept the audience in a state of perpetual enjoyment. There were none of the usual "draggy" spots so often found in an amateur production. The acting was splendidly performed by a group of professi...
Assembly Held To Install Officers [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 26 November 1929
Assembly Held To Install Officers Officers of the Associated Women Students of Santa Monica Junior College were officially sworn into office this morning at an assembly attended by all women students. The aims and plans of the A. W. S. were read by president Lucille Williams. The plan for attending the Play Day at Glendale was heartily approved, and the women pledged their support for the event. The officers of the subsidiary organization, the Women's Athletic Association, were also introduced. This latter group was officially organized this week.
School Directory Off Press Today [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 26 November 1929
School Directory Off Press Today The Directory of the Santa Monica City Schools for the year ending June, 1930, has been printed in the local High School print shop and will be ready for distribution soon. The Directory contains in formation the general regulations and salary schedules. There is also a list of the different schools in the city system and the teachers in each. The employees of the school are listed with their addresses, telephone numbers and places of employment.
Assembly Will Be Held for Big Hop [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 26 November 1929
Assembly Will Be Held for Big Hop An assem will be held next Tuesday for the benefit of handing out tickets, and also pepping up for the "Premier Corsair Mix" to be held on December 13. A short skit is planned and a general rally will be held. • The programs for the dance are already off the press, as are the bids. Sale of the tickets, at seventy-five cents per couple, will begin soon. Only persons enrolled at the Junior College will be admitted. One guest to each student will be allowed, but no outside persons will be admitted.
Shakesperian Chair [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 26 November 1929
Shakesperian Chair An announcement that will prove of interest to all students interested in Shakesperian study, has been made by the University of California at Los Angeles. A chair for the study of Shakespeare has been contemplated and will be filled next semester. This procedure is bei-ng followed by the University of California at Berkeley. In this way, the university believes, interest will be displayed by a greater number of students.