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S. M. Jaysee Divot Men Lose Matches [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 15 April 1931
S. M. Jaysee Divot Men Lose Matches Santa Monica Junior College's aspiring golfers were quelled by a 3-to-2 score last Saturday morning by the Indians of San Bernardino Jaysee. The matches, held at the San Bernardino Country Club, were hard-fought ones throughout. The two Corsair divoteers to win— Gordon Ecker, third man, and Gil Cooper, fourth man —shot what could easily be termed "nifty golf." Wear Grace, Tom De Ghionno and Bud Henn, after showing considerable fight, were shoved out of place by the classy Tribe golfers. Dryden Bergeron, a member of the S. M. J. C. golf outfit, did not participate because of having to display his wares at the track meet, which was also held on that date. Bud Henn filled in at Dryden's position.
SIX BUC TRACKMEN TO ENTER PRELIMS [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 15 April 1931
SIX BUC TRACKMEN TO ENTER PRELIMS According to Mr. W. R. B. Osterholt, coach of Santa Monica Junior College's track team, six Corsair runners will be sent to Riverside Jaysee today to compete in the preliminaries for the Junior College Conference meet of both Eastern and Western divisions. The finals are to be held Saturday on the Riverside oval. Santa Monica J. C. will be represented by the following men: Captain Harry Wills, 880-yard run; Stan White, 220yard dash; Wendell Hammer, mile run; Bill White, 120-yard high and 220-yard low hurdles; Ralph Hromadka, 120-yard high and 220-yard low hurdles, and Ed Villarreal, two-mile run. "We anticipate making 11 points in the finals," remarked Coach Osterholt yesterday, "and this would probably permit Santa Monica to garner fourth or fifth place in the conference." Since the Corsairs have been improving so rapidly lately, it would by no means be an impossibility to register 11 digits. "A fourth or fifth place would be considered well up in ...
Corsair Racquet Men Defeat Indians, 13-4 [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 15 April 1931
Corsair Racquet Men Defeat Indians, 13-4 San Bernardino J. C. tumbled badly last Saturday as a result of the terrific fight staged by the Corsair tennis team. The Corsairs, led by Captain Everett Hartung, took every match except second and fourth singles, bringing in a total of thirteen points to four captured by the Indians. This victory, coming at the very outset of the season, speaks well for chances of future success and all that is now needed is support by the student body. The home games are held at Clover Field, where there are ample accommodations for all spectators, so students are asked to turn out'and cheer the team to victory. The summary follows: Hartung (SM) defeated Swing (SB), 6-2, 6-4; Rowe (SB) defeated Kennohan (SM), 6-4, 6-1; Block (SM) defeated Rupert (SB), 9-7, 7-5; Doctolero (SM) defeated Clare (SB), 6-0, 6-0; Davis and Ammerman (SM) defeated Carr and Reawald (SB), 6-2, 6-1; Anakin and Kelly (SM) defeated Bakerman and Marian (SB), 6-i, 6-2.
W. A. A. Play-Day Carded [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 15 April 1931
W. A. A. Play-Day Carded With a Play-Day for swimming and baseball on the second of May, and a tennis Play-Day two weeks later, the W. A. A. is starting intensive practice in thcise sports. Swimming is under the direction of Zelda Gottlieb at the Sea Breeze, tennis is being coached by Arline Mcßride at school, and baseball is progressing under the watchful eye of Miss Carroll, the sponsor of the organization.
BALL, GOLF, TENNIS TITLES SET FOR FRI. [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 15 April 1931
BALL, GOLF, TENNIS TITLES SET FOR FRI. Because the Conference track finals are to be held next Saturday, Santa Monica Jaysee's baseball, golf and tennis teams engage in competition on Friday. The opposition will be furnished by Pomona Junior College. Coach Floyd Mishler's nine and Mr. Phipps' golfers travel to the Cossack institution, while the racqueteers have it out at the Clover Field tennis courts. Nothing is known of the Cossack baseballers, but, should Mishler's men perform like they did last Saturday, the first conference win of the season might be recorded. Captain Duane Stevenson'smen are going quite good at the present, and that they are formidable will probably be shown shortly, after a few more nines are played. Ted Small, who did some fine hurling against San Berdoo, may get the call for twirling duties; however, Don Gaston or Eric Moore may be called on. The probable lineup will be as follows: Small, pitcher; Bailey, catcher; Hursfc, first base; Athey, second; Hickman ...
Women Netters, Notice [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 15 April 1931
Women Netters, Notice Women who are interested in participating in the annual women's tennis tournament, which is sponsored by the W. A. A., should sign up on the bulletin board in the girls' gymnasium immediately, as the drawings will take place early next week. The winner will have her name engraved on the W. A. A. cup. Miss Mcßride, last year's winner, is in charge of the tournament.
Swimming Meet [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 15 April 1931
Swimming Meet Tomorrow at 4:15 p. m. Santa Moni-a Jaysee's swimming aggregation will be tested, when it meets Los Angeles Junior College's natators in a practice melee at the L. A. J. C. pool. After some hard and earnest practice, the Corsairs wimmers should give a fair account of themselves.
A Week of Sports [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 15 April 1931
A Week of Sports Today—Track preliminaries at Riversids J. C. Thurs. —Swimming meet at L. A. J. C. Friday—Baseball game at Pomona J. C. Friday—Golf matches at Pomona J. C. Friday—Tennis matches with Pomona, at S. M. Sat. —Final Conference Track Meet, at Riverside. Tuesday—Swimming meet at at Miramar pool, vs. L. A. J. C.
Horsehiders Lose By 3-1 Score to San Berdoo; Bucs Shows Class [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 15 April 1931
Horsehiders Lose By 3-1 Score to San Berdoo; Bucs Shows Class It was a real old-fashioned baseball game, and it ended with a 3-to-l score in favor of the San Bernardino Indians, Coach Floyd Mishler's baseballers being the recipients of the defeat. The melee was held on lndian grounds last Saturday. Few are the ball games which nowadays end by such scores as 3-to-l. It is said that these are the days of the lively baH. Maybe so, but last Saturday's tussle just happened to be one of those things; and it was a good ol' ball game, although the Corsairs lo^t. First Conference Game It was Santa Monica's first conference fray, and, although it might be considered a bad start, it is indeed very probable that Coach Mishler's men will give an excellent account of themselves in the games to come. The Corsairs look very much improved, despite the San Bernardino loss. Ted Small, pitching very good ball for the Corsairs, allowed only five hits, while Fickas, Berdoo twirler, allowed four hits Ther...
Student Food Problem Graciously Solved by Fair Club Presidents [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 22 April 1931
Student Food Problem Graciously Solved by Fair Club Presidents Need For More Cash Urges Women To Appeal To Man's Great Weakness The food problem need no longer bother Corsair collegians. The various organizations are seeing to that. Here are a few of their suggestions. ' Evelyn Cook Says If you like waffles, come to the A. W. S. breeakfast Friday morning, April 24, in the teachers' cafeteria; if you don't, come anyway and enjoy the other things. The Associated Women Students are sponsoring the breakfast in order to pay for their page and picture in the yearbook. The breakfast is to be from 7:30 until 9:00, so that those who have a firstperiod class will be able to eat breakfast and still get to class on time, and for those who do not wish to come so early there will be plenty of time after 8:00. Tickets are on sale now, and may be obtained for 20 cents from any of the cabinet members. Ruth Hunt Says Of course you're going to pot-luck. Why we have such good times that we have decided...
CALENDAR [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 22 April 1931
CALENDAR April 23 —Trackmen meet Coach Osterholt on Balcony; noon. April 23 —Two-penny Hop; experiod, Girls' Gym. April 24— Y. W. Waffle Breakfast; teachers' cafeteria, from 7:30 to 9:00 a. m. April 24 —Swimming vs. Occidental Varsity, there. April 25 —Baseball vs. Chaffey, here.
Advanced Public Speech Class To Give Program [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 22 April 1931
Advanced Public Speech Class To Give Program The advanced public speaking class will present a program Friday the fourth hour. All are invited to attend this program, and are assured that it will be well worth their time. The participants in this program are: Milton Cook, who will speak on "The War Guilt Controversy"; Bill Henn on "The Junior College Movement"; John Reynolds on "Our Greatest Hero"; Frank Michel, "Santa Monica's Beaches and Commercialism"; Charles Denker will discuss " Mahatma Ghandi," and G. R. Noonan, "Knute Rockne."
NEWS FLASH [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 22 April 1931
NEWS FLASH Due to the fact that Riverside Junior College defeated Chaffey J. C. by the unexpected score of 66-60, Santa Monica Junior College is automatically put into the triple tie for the championship of the Eastern Division in track. This is the first championship team that Santa Monica has had, although we have been runners-up in basketbal 1 . Not too much praise can be given Coach Osterholt, Harry Wills and his husky crew of cinder-path artists, not forgetting the co-operative work of the manager, Prenty Foote, for bringing to this institution its first championship team.
Sandmeyer To Address Woman's Club Literati [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 22 April 1931
Sandmeyer To Address Woman's Club Literati Mr. E. C. Sandmeyer, of our history department, is scheduled to speak before the Woman's Club of Santa Monica on Monday afternoon, April 27. His subject is to be "Getting the Most Out of What You Read." According to his statement made today, Mr. Sandmeyer is to be the speaker for the literary section of the club's regular weekly meeting. Since this is a reading age, Mr. Sandmeyer will speak of a reader's attitude, approach and prejudices and will give illustrations, he is so well qualified to do, from American history.
Jaysee Commission Rules High School Assemblies [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 22 April 1931
Jaysee Commission Rules High School Assemblies The A. S. B. commission took charge of the high school assemblies last Thursday, April 16. In the Girls' League assembly Evelyn Cook presided. The program consisted of a tap dance by a group of girls from the gym classes, another by Mildred McCance and Margaret Darusmont; the speaker was Miss Monette Todd from Los Angeles.
Deltas Win, Declaration When Campaign Closes [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 22 April 1931
Deltas Win, Declaration When Campaign Closes • At the close of the Spin Drift sales campaign, late yesterday afternoon, the Delta class was awarded the free cut in the yearbook, given for leading the contest with 82 percent, the Betas being second with 63 percent. The Gammas were third with 45 percent, and the Alphas brought up the rear with 40 percent. Those who desire a Spin Drift now will just have to be satisfied with the desire, for one cannot be secured. They are now very precious volumes, worth considerably more than the original purchase price of 32.50. The staff has tried to make this book truly representative of every organization and person of which the student body is constituted. The manner in which the enterprise has been supported by the student body was clearly indicated by the way in which the final day was supported yesterday. The total sales now amount to 218.
Alice Lloyd Elected Prexy Of Women's Assn. Monday [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 22 April 1931
Alice Lloyd Elected Prexy Of Women's Assn. Monday Miss Alice Lloyd of the Beta Class was elected president of the Y. W. C. A. for the coming semester. Elections were held at the regular Monday night meeting, following a pot-luck dinner. Other officers were voted on; Lucile Hamilton was elected vice-president, and Katherine Schlosser received the office of treasurer. These newly elected members will attend the Students' Cabinet Training Conference at Occidental College on May 1, 2 and 3, as will also the outgoing cabinet. Preceding the elections, the women were entertained by Miss Adele Ramsey, who presented lantern slides of pictures she has collected during her extensive tour of Europe and India. Her travels began some fifty years ago when she visited Venice, Italy, with her tutor. Miss Ramsey talked principally about England and India and their cultural background.
Faculty Wienie Bake [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 22 April 1931
Faculty Wienie Bake The Junior College faculty members are to be entertained by the English department tonight at a wienie-bake to be given on the beach. The hosts will be Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Coulson and Mr. and Mrs. P. G. Kcpner. Roasting wienies and toasting marshmallows, sticky fingers, sand and soft sea air are to be the order of the evening.
Amendments to J. C. Constitution Under Committee's Scrutiny [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 22 April 1931
Amendments to J. C. Constitution Under Committee's Scrutiny Office of Commissioner of Publications Slated for Editor of Samojac Frank Watson, George Drake and Dryden Bergeron have been appointed as a committee to consider amendments to the constitution of the Junior College. This action has been necessary because the present constitution, formed when the school was organized, does not adequately provide for the conditions prevalent under the regime of a larger student representation. Stu'dent body officers, for instance, cannot be dominated while they are Alphas. This restriction has brought about the situation whereby the present cabinet, with the exception of one member, is composed of graduates. A remedy for this difficulty would be a system of alternation, so to speak; that is, if the president were a graduate, there should be members on the cabinet of lower class standing. This would make possible a president for the next term of administrative experience. The prospective presi...