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Students Urged To Return Entire Athletic Equipment [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 20 May 1931
Students Urged To Return Entire Athletic Equipment Coaches Floyd Mishler and Bill Osterholt urge all students who have any kind of athletic equipment out, to turn it in immediately. The semester is drawing to a close, and everything should be straightened out at the soonest possible time. Mr. Mishler has to have all the material and equipment turned in to tally with his inventory, and students, who may possibly have anything out, must realize that it is very important that every single thing be turned in. All swimming suits should be returned to Mr. Osterholt immediately. He wishes to see the following men: Wills, Hammer, Villarreal, Porter, Rankin, Drake, Reno, Guercio, Bergeron, Forker, Reynolds, Smith, Watson, and Ramey.
Plans For Summer Made By Members* Of Jaysee Faculty [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 27 May 1931
Plans For Summer Made By Members* Of Jaysee Faculty "What, vacation here already?" "It won't be long now!" "Will I be glad to see June 11 arrive!" "I don't think I could have lasted another month!" "Just think, no home work!" Expressions such as these have been floating around the Jaysee during the past few days. Spring is in the air, and with vacation just around the corner, plans for the summer are being formulated. The snooping reporter managed to wring some of the v.igation plans from the faculty, and they are presented here, subject to change. Dr. Bush will conduct classes at the summer session of the Teachers' College of Columbia University on "Junior College Curriculum and Instruction" and "Junior College Administration." The course will be for administrators and instructors in junior colleges, and also for persons training for these positions. Miss Ethel Robinson, the Dean of Women, has decided to spend her vacation leisurely. The first part of the summer will keep her busy ...
Tickets for Graduation Available to Students [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 27 May 1931
Tickets for Graduation Available to Students Junior College Commencement is to be held at 10:30 a. m., Thursday, June 11. All seats in the auditorium are reserved. Tickets are to be distributed by Mr. Kepner, Miss Young and Miss Traeger. Members of the graduating class and the faculty may secure first choice of tickets this afternoon and tomorrow. The rest of the Student Body may get tickets Friday, May 29. Monday, June first, tickets will be available to the friends of Junior College students and interested townspeople. Dr. Ralph H. Bush has expressed a wish that every student of the Junior College support the first graduation exercise of this school.
Grade Requirements [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 27 May 1931
Grade Requirements Apparently misunderstanding has arisen in regard to grades required to recommend a student to the university. A student must have as many grade points as the total number of units in his program. Grade points are determined as follows: A equals three points for each unit; B equals 2; C equals 1; D equals zero; E equals minus 1 for each unit. For example: a student taking English, which is three units, receives 9 for an A; 6 for a B; 3 for C; none for D; minus three for E. A student who makes D in a course will receive passing credit but no grade points. The grade points must be made up by receiving a grade of B or A, whichever is required, in some other course. Dr. Ralph H. Bush
FOUR FACULTY MEMBERS ADDED TO JAYSEE STAFF [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 27 May 1931
FOUR FACULTY MEMBERS ADDED TO JAYSEE STAFF The election of three new members of the College faculty by the Board of Education shows an early activity in administration to prepared for the large increase of enrollment that is expected here for the fall term. This increase in the size of the faculty will make possible the offering of several additional courses, according to Dr. Ralph H. Bush, the Director of Santa Monica Junior College. The English Department will be strengthened by the addition of Mr. Verne H. Brown, who at present is principal of the Ripon, Cal., high school. Mr. Brown was also a former head of the English department at Bakersfield Junior College. He received his bachelor's degree and also his master's degree from the University of Michigan. In addition to his work in the English department, Mr. Brown will also be faculty adviser for the Spindrift. He is said to have had considerable experience with school publications. This appointment will relieve Mr. Coulson of t...
Luncheon Planned for Delta Class Members [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 27 May 1931
Luncheon Planned for Delta Class Members A luncheon for members of the Delta graduating class will be held at 1:00 o'clock on Wednesday, June 10, in the teachers' cafeteria. The luncheon will be held between practices for graduation exercises. Practice will be held on the same morning at 11:00 o'clock. This rehearsal is vitally essential, and all Deltas are requested to be present and on time. The purpose of the luncheon is two-fold. In the first place the luncheon is arranged to bring together for the last time before graduation the entire matriculating class. Secondly, the luncheon will act as a meeting to form the first alumni association of the Santa Monica Junior College. The purpose of this organization is to stimulate outside interest in the college. Also, it will serve as a medium to keep graduates in touch with the school. The future of the school is an important thing to think about, and the association will serve as a body to stimulate the advancement of the school.
Memorial Day Observed [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 27 May 1931
Memorial Day Observed Santa Monica will observe Memorial Day Saturday, May 30, with the annual Memorial Day parade scheduled to leave the City Hall at 9:45. Memorial Services will be held at Woodlawn Cemetery at 10:00 a. m., with another Memorial program at the Municipal auditorium in Ocean Park scheduled for 2:00 p.m.
GOTTLIEB AND LEIGHTON PROPOSED FOR EDITORS [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 27 May 1931
GOTTLIEB AND LEIGHTON PROPOSED FOR EDITORS Miss Zelda Gottlieb and Miss Muriel Leighton were recommended today by Mr. E. R. Coulson, the adviser of Junior College publications, for the positions of editor of the SAMOJAC and SPINDRIFT, respectively. The Student Body Commission will act on these nominees at its next meeting. Two candidates for the position of the Commissioner of Publications are to be named this afternoon. The recommendation of these students is in keeping with the policy of having as editors sophomore students who have worked faithfully during their freshman year. Miss Gottlieb has worked on the pa v per during the past year, and has handled general assignments, conducted a column, and taken the main responsibility for editing and writing heads in the last few editions of the SAMOJAC-. Miss Gottlieb is considered the best available candidate for this position. Miss Leighton has worked in almost every capacity, except that of editor, for the first edition of the SPIND...
Petitions for Officers of A. W. S. Filed Yesterday [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 27 May 1931
Petitions for Officers of A. W. S. Filed Yesterday The petitions which were handed in, and duly filed yesterday, for officers of the A. W. S. for next year, were for the following women:" for president —Jane Winn and Joy Rutherford; for secretary —Elizabeth Maries and Shirley Martin; for treasurer —Sybil Willis. There were no nominees for the office of vice-president, so the election of someone for this position will be left to the cabinet and Miss Robinson. Jane Winn is the sister of Adele Winn, who has so capably led the W. A. A. this last semester, while Joy Rutherford has held the office of vice-president during the same term. Elizabeth Maries and Shirley Martin are both prominent in school activities, and Sybil Willis will probably prove a prudent manager of the money matters.
Year Book Announcement [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 27 May 1931
Year Book Announcement All copy for the Spindrift is in the hands of the printers, and is being paged, in preparation for printing, which will be finished tomorrow or Friday. It is expected that the material will be sent to the binder Monday, and it is hoped that the book will be ready for distribution at the end of next week. Mr. Harry Massey, sales manager, requests that all students watch the bulletin board for the announcement of arrival of the book, so that the distribution may be expedited. Students will have to produce their receipts in order to obtain a book. One dollar and fifty cents remains to be paid on the subscription.
George Drake Tosses Hat Into Ring With Reno And Hartung [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 27 May 1931
George Drake Tosses Hat Into Ring With Reno And Hartung One of the biggest fights for the A. S. B. presidency in Corsair history is promised tomorrow when the Student Body will be confronted with a "split ticket" as far as the presidency is concerned. A "four-way" ticket was impending until late Tuesday, when Royal Delp withdrew, leaving the field to Drake, Reno and Hartung. According to report, Drake and Reno are expected to split the vote, leaving the field to Hartung and the mercy of Delp's constituents, for whose votes a lusty battle is anticipated. George Drake needs little introduction to members of the Student Body. He is the only candidate on the ballot that has held a previous commission office. It was as Commissioner of Athletics that he earned the title, "Fighting George." He is also well known about the campus as an athlete. Harrison Reno is well known for his athletic prowess and as president of the Gamma class. • . Everett Hartung came to the fore as captain of the ten...
CALENDAR [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 27 May 1931
CALENDAR Thursday, May 28 —A. S. B. Election. Sunday, June 7 —11:00 a. m. Baccalaureate service, Saint Augustine's Episcopal Church. Wednesday, June 10,1:00 p. m. — Delta Luncheon in reachers' cafeteria. Thursday, June 11, 10:30 a. m. — First Junior College Graduation, High School aud.
THE SAMOJAC [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 27 May 1931
THE SAMOJAC Pabliihcd every Wednesday during the college year by Santa Monica Junior College, - Santa Monica, California. Subscription 31-00 per year. Entered at aecond-class matter November 17, 1930, at the poatoffice at Santa Monica, California, under the act of March 3, 1879. STAFF JOHN REYNOLDS Editor FRED SALTER, MYRTLE FLETCHER Associates HUBERT SAUNDERS News Editor Gus VIGNOLLE Sports Editor E. R. COULSON Faculty Adviser Departmental Writers Zelda Gottlieb Rae Booth . Literary Suzanne Fisher Lucille Williams ") Dorothy Groenewegen Ruth Hunt I , Enid Bottenll Newg Adele Winn f Clubs Mary Louise Carnes Edward Villarreal J PkkT?" A 11 Mabel Forburger &gt; c . ■ . Shirley Martin ( Larry Magee Drama J 0 Lumsden I Fxchanee's Art Redden Comment Steve Robinson ) » ■ ■ I I 1 = MEMBER OF = PRESS' Ajjilc I'ATION
Activities Reviewed [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 27 May 1931
Activities Reviewed With the closing of school this semester, Santa Monica Junior College will have become a full-fledged institution. With the exception of a few new courses to be offered next year all of the subjects have been given at least once. Last September the football squad made its first appearance, and, while they did not win the league, we are proud of the showing the fellows, under the direction of Coach Mishler, made. Baseball, also inaugurated for the first time this year, was quite successful. The team lost only one conference game, and that to the strong team from San Bernardino Jaysee. Early in the semester, last fall, work was begun on the yearbook, which will be ready for distribution at the close of the term. This book is one that the college has cause to be proud of. The design of the cover is being kept a secret from the students, but the staff has promised it will be original and distinctive. All of the activities for the past two years are included in the on...
EXCHANGES [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 27 May 1931
EXCHANGES One of the two new dormitories at Oberlin college will be for married students. It will be equipped with "kitchenette suites and all modern conveniences/' an announcement stated. Bernard College alumni average 32,458 a year, while graduates of Dartmouth, Mass. Institute of Technology and Princeton get higher salaries of 36,423, 35,066, and 311,094, respectively. The Varsity, undergraduate newspaper of the University of Toronto, has been indefinitely suspended by the student administrative council following the publication in its columns of an editorial on atheism. The registrar of the University of Alabama reports a new excuse for leaving school. A student told the clerk that he was quitting because he had tried all the barbers in town, and none of them could cut his hair right. With the orchestra in seamen's attire, the University of Vermont's annual junior prom will be held in the memorial auditorium, which will be decorated to represent a fully-rigged yacht. Dancing wil...
Gammas Present First Sport Dance on May 30 [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 27 May 1931
Gammas Present First Sport Dance on May 30 Progress is being made on plans for the Sport Dance to be given the Deltas this coming Saturday, May 30, at which the whole student body is expected to be present. The various committees, including reception, headed by Harrison Reno; refreshments, headed by Prentiss Foote; decorations, by St. Clair Dimmit, and publicity, in care of Rae Booth, have nearly completed the details for a hilarious and unusual entertainment. It has been recently announced that bridge will not be allowed in Junior College affairs because of a regulation regarding cards in the school, but there will probably be other things to take its place. Boys are asked to see J. C. girls first, for their dates, "because," says Evelyn Cooke, "Charity begins at home." Cookie, who is in charge of the affair, also wishes to make clear the fact that the dance is to be strictly a sport affair, and if you haven't a sport suit, wear a house dress. Again may it be said that Doug Freeman...
WHO'S [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 27 May 1931
WHO'S Well, Soaks We see where we have a lot of ground to cover this time. Since politics must be brought forward, we'll have you know we favor no one. This paper is, above all, clean and broadminded. However, we just can't resist mentioning the "petitioned," so here goes. There is George Drake, who has great possibilities. He doesn't seem to be terribly much impressed with his own importance (as yet). He does have difficulty with the "light that comes and goes." He may be hiding his under a bushel—who can tell? And then to good old "Evvy" Hartung. Long may tennis reign. Somehow, a tennis racket in an executive position does not appeal to us. But then, this is a nonpartisan paper. You are the voters, you are the public, long may you rule. Even Royal Delp has felt the intoxication of being told what to do. We may be speaking out of turn, but wasn't Dorothy Murray on the cabinet last semester? A word to the wise is sufficient —President Rjpyal Delp and to the Gamma class —Harrison Ren...
A. W. S. Election [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 27 May 1931
A. W. S. Election The election of the officers for the Associated Women Students will be held this next Thursday, tomorrow, May 28, in the women's gymnasium classes. All of the women are asked to remember this and vote. The University of Washington has started a new fad in having a dinner dance on the campus. The dancing takes place on the tennis courts.