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Final Examination Schedule [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 27 May 1931
Final Examination Schedule SUBJECT PERIOD TIME OF EXAMINATION ROOM TEACHER English I 1 8:00-11:00 Thurs., June 4 12 Kepner English I 2 8:00-11:00 Thurs., June 4 12 Kepner English I 6 8:00-11:00 Thurs., June 4 13 Coulson English II 2 1:00-4:00 Thurs., June 4 13 Coulson English II 3 1:00-4:00 Thurs., June 4 14 Cejudo English II 4 1:00-4:00 Thurs., June 4 12 Kepner English II 7 1:00-4:00 Thurs., June 4 12 Kepner English 111 6 1:00-4:00 Fri., June 5 12 Coulson English IV 5 1:00-4:00 Fri., June 5 12 Coulson Math. I 4 1:00-4:00 Tues., June 2 14 Stromer Math. I 7 1:00-4:00 Tues., June 2 14 Stromer Math. V 2 1:00-4:00 Tues., June 9 12 Osterholt Math. V 6 1:00-4:00 Tues., June 9 12 Osterholt Math. VII 4 1:00-4:00 Tues., June 2 13 Osterholt Math. VIII 5 1:00-4:00 Tues., June 2 13 Osterholt Botany II 3-4 8:00-11:00 Wed., June 3 13 Bauer Zoology I 1-2 8:00-11:00 Wed., June 3 54 Bradford Zoology II 1-2 8:00-11:00 Wed., June 3 13 Bauer Zoology II 6-7 8:00-11:00 Wed., June 3 13 Bauer Chemistry B 3...
Program Completed for Graduation Exercises [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 27 May 1931
Program Completed for Graduation Exercises The program for the graduation exercises has been completed and is as follows: Processional 7.7. CLASS OF 1931 "God of Our Fathers". ..Kipling-DeKoven DOUGLAS FREEMAN, '32, Organist Invocation. Pastor Trinity Baptist Church DR. FREDERICK WILLIAM HATCH Music JUNIOR COLLEGE QUARTET Installation Junior College Honor Society Introduction of Speaker Superintendent MR. FREDERICK FRANCIS MARTIN Address "The Mark of a College Man" MR. GEOFFREY FRANCIS MORGAN Music....MISS RACHEL GRAY BOSWELL, '32 WINIFRED ANDREWS, '32, Accompanist Presentation of Class Principal MR. WILLIAM FLOYD BARNUM Awarding of Diplomas President Board of Education DR. ARCHER NEWTON MOODY Music "Hail Thee, Alma Mater"
Graduating Deltas To Attend Baccalaureate [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 27 May 1931
Graduating Deltas To Attend Baccalaureate Final plans for Baccalaureate have been completed. The graduating members of the Delta class are to don caps and gowns, and, together with the faculty, march down the aisles of the Episcopal church, St. Augustine By-The-Sea, at 1223 Fourth Street, Sunday,. June 7, at 11 o'clock, for Baccalaureate services. Rev. W. N. Pierson is to present a sermon appropriate to the occasion. Rev. Pierson is well known in Santa Monica for services of this sort, as he has made many interesting speeches on similar occasions for other Santa Monica schools. After the sermon there is to be an impressive formal exit. As a final activity of the year the Spanish Club went to Los Angeles last Wednesday evening. After eating in one of the stalls on the Olvera Street the group attended an all-talking Spanish picture at the California Theater.
Program Presented by Beta Class in Closing Assembly for Jaysee [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 27 May 1931
Program Presented by Beta Class in Closing Assembly for Jaysee The Beta class presented its initial program for the student body Thursday during the third period. An excellent musical program gave the audience twenty minutes of real melody and proved that the Beta class has plenty of talent. The Beta Trio, composed of Joy Rutherford, Jane Winn and Lea Stanley, sang two numbers which had all the rhythm and charm attained by the Boswell Sisters. Betty Hall of R. K. O. fame, accompanied by Elizabeth Maries, offered two numbers which created a big hit with the mal£ section of the audience. A pianologue by Shirley Martin and a vocal solo by Rachel Boswell concluded the musical part of the program, and the awarding of letters was then taken over by the coaches. Mr. Phipps awarded golf letters to the following men: DeGhionno, Grace, Ecker, Henn, Bergeron, Manager Hine. Coach Mishler then took the stage and awarded tennis letters to the following: Anakin, Block, DeGhionno, J. Davis, Manager...
Plans for Distribution Of "Spindrift" Begun [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 27 May 1931
Plans for Distribution Of "Spindrift" Begun Distribution of the Spindrift will probably take place between June 1 and 5, according to Harry Massey, business manager, who is now making plans to dispose of the publication to the holders of receipts. At the present time, says Arthur Redden, editor of the Spindrift, the book is practically ready to go to press for its final printing. All copy for the publication is in, and set up in type. Proof-reading has been completed on the pages which are now at the publishers for their final run. The publishing company is going ahead with the work as fast as is possible, in order to have the book ready at the prescribed time, which according to requests for information at yearbook headquarters, is eagerly looked forward to.
"Medea," Greek Drama, Presented by U. C. L. A. [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 27 May 1931
"Medea," Greek Drama, Presented by U. C. L. A. The University of California at Los Angeles presented the Greek drama, "Medea," by Euripides, in English, last Friday and Saturday nights, to full houses, in Royce Hall. The play was acted entirely by students of the University, who were under the direction of Miss Evalyn Thomas, instructor in English. The drama was one of barbaric pride, and of the revenge taken by Medea on Creon, Jason and herself. The action had as a background a monumental classic setting representing the palace of Medea in the land of Corinth, and costumes were of silver and blue, black and scarlet. Altogether it was an impressive production, and U. C. L. A. is again to be complimented.
McHENRY CRACKS CONFERENCE SWIM MARK [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 27 May 1931
McHENRY CRACKS CONFERENCE SWIM MARK Coach Bill Osterholt's Siwiming Team Finishes In Third Place At L. B. Leaving hardly a ripple in the water, and shooting forward with the ease of a fish, James McHenry, Santa Monica Jaysee's prize swimmer, breaststroked his way to victory in the 100-yard breastpaddle event, and to a new conference record of one minute and seventeen second flat, in the annual conference swim at the Long Beach Poly High School pool, last Saturday. Mostly because McHenry came through with his astounding victory, as was expected, Coach Osterholt's paddlers ended the season brilliantly, taking a third place with 14 points. Long Beach J. C. won the meet by amassing a total of 41 digits. As predicted, the Cubs of Los Angeles Jaysee grabbed second, rolling up 33 markers. Next came the Corsairs, with 14 points. Chaffey Fails To Score The other teams finished as follows: San Bernardino, fourth with 12 points; Glendale, fifth with 11 points; Pasadena sixth with 4 tallies, an...
Sagas Ready Soon [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 27 May 1931
Sagas Ready Soon The Sagas, a publication of literary endeavors of the Santa Monica High School, is nearly completed. This edition is put every year by members of the English clashes, and contains both poetry and short stories, composed by talented students.
TARGET PRACTICE [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 27 May 1931
TARGET PRACTICE By Gus Vignolle After two years of existence Santa Monica Junior College's first group will graduate, with many undoubtedly intending to continue their education elsewhere. Of this outfit a certain class of men comprise the outstanding athletes who were the first ones to appear under the Orange-and-Gray colors, and it is these men who have occupied the first niches in the athletic hall of fame in the Corsair institution. Athletic history at Santa Monica Jaysee has been made; that is to say, after two years of athletic strife, some gladiators may justly be tagged as the ones who put the Corsairs on the rails of the long road of brawny warfare, most of which is yet to come. It is usually the custom to look back into the bygone years of athletic history of a school to see who were the ones that first put their Alma Mater on the map in regard to athletic accomplishments. After a school hifs been established for many years—although Santa Monica is only two years old —its ...
W. A. A. Holds Second Annual Spread Tonight In Teachers' Cafeteria [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 27 May 1931
W. A. A. Holds Second Annual Spread Tonight In Teachers' Cafeteria The second annual spread of the W. A. A. will take place in the teachers' cafe at 5:30 today. Committees for decoration and entertainment have been chosert? Margaret Darusmont, chairman of the committee on decoration, assisted by Evelyn Clemens and Zelda Gottlieb, is sparing no pains in making this a colorful affair. Chairman of the committee on entertainment, Mildred McCance, assisted by Joy Rutherford, has planned an interesting and amusing program. Since last year's effort at "potluck" proved so successful, the same system is to be used tonight. The main purpose of the spread, aside from food, is to inaugurate the new officers and to present awards to women athletic participants. At a short meeting of the organization held Monday, May 18, the following women were elected to office: Margaret Darusmont, president; Evelyn Clemens, vice-president; Joy Rutherford, recording secretary, and Marjorie Burtle, awards secret...
Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 16 September 1931
J. C. STUDENTS CAMPAIGN FOR SCHOOL BONDS Students Must Co-operate In School Bond Campaign If The Issue Is To Be Successful '1 F 1 J f(~\7 VT_s"'' /f(.&gt;) Y/j /I I F\ I I I f J /&gt; j ] I 1 I I Its. I I \1 I Success Is Guaranteed The Bond Issue If All Students Lend Enthusiastic Help Wednesday, September 16, 1931 VOL. 111., No. 1 SANTA MONICA JUNIOR COLLEGE, SANTA MONICA, CALIFORNIA
ENROLLMENT EXCEEDS 500 MARK [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 16 September 1931
ENROLLMENT EXCEEDS 500 MARK Junior College Classes Are Crowded As Many Students Attempt To Matriculate Before Admission Is Officially Closed Impatient students in the crowded anteroom Ralph H. Bush's office bespeak the rapid growth of Santa Monica Junior College, and the huge increase in enrollment. Due to the number of would-be students still attempting to register, Dr. Bush has, as yet, made no definite statement regarding the exact number of those already enrolled. That it easily exceeds five hundred is an undisputed truth recognized in Pthe crowded classrooms and halls. To the old students, the huge number is appalling. The first year of school in this building the total number enrolled amounted to somewhat less than 150. The second year increased the number of students to more than twice that, and again, the increase is double the number of students registered last year. A predominance of holidays in the last week somewhat hampered the registrars, as well as students wishing to...
Student Organization To Aid Committee On School Bond Campaign [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 16 September 1931
Student Organization To Aid Committee On School Bond Campaign With but six days remaining before Santa Monicans vote on the school bonds, student organizations are planning strenuous campaigns to be carried out between now and the twentv-second. A letter received September 3 from Geoffrey F. Morgan, chairman of the city bond campaign, stated the confidence felt by leaders of the movement that the students would be able to carry the bond issue to a successful conclusion, provided they used their potential strength to further a favorable vote. The campaign was opened here on the campus when Mr. Morgan gave a short talk outlining the needs of the Santa Monica schools, emphasizing the necessity of acquiring additional property and buildings. The proposed issue will purchase the land bounded by fourth and seventh streets, by Michigan and the Pacific Electric trolley line, which is situated in a gully on the northern beundary. In this section the city school systems already own the proper...
Politics Appear In J. C. Student Organizations [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 16 September 1931
Politics Appear In J. C. Student Organizations Political factions have been seen sharpening their tools in anticipation of class elections to be held tomorrow during the third period. With the membership drawn from a diversity of localities, it is expected that nominations will be numerous as various groups seek to put their favorites in office. At ten o'clock tomorrow morning meetings will be held in the following rooms: Alphas, in the auditorium; Betas, room twelve; Gammas, rocvjn eleven; Deltas, room thirteen. The early election of officers this year will give the class groups more time during the semester to carry out their respective programs. The Alpha class is expected to be the largest in numbers, according to present enrollment figures. Due to their majority of last year, Betas are expected to be second. The relation of Gammas and Deltas is undetermined at this time. Precedent states that during the year the major activities to be supported by class administrations are: the...
CALENDAR [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 16 September 1931
CALENDAR Thursday, Sept. 17 —Election of class officers. Meeting of Engineer Club. Meeting of Science Club. Friday, Sept. 18 —Cotton Cord Dance. _ Tuesday, Sept. 22 —School Bond election. Wednesday, Sept. 23 —A. W. S. Alpha Tea. Saturday, Sept. 26 —Football game at Santa Barbara.
STUDENT OFFICERS ASSUME POSITIONS [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 16 September 1931
STUDENT OFFICERS ASSUME POSITIONS Climaxing one of the biggest fights for office in the history of the Santa Monica Junior College, George Drake, once Commissioner of Athletics, was elected President of the Associated Student Body. He. and the Commission with which he is to work this semester, were formally inaugurated at an assembly held in the auditorium Thursday, September 10, 1931, at 10 o'clock. The Commission, an entirely new body of student government officials, is composed of the following members: Wendell Hammer, who is al§o captain-elect of the track squad for 1932, vice-president; Virginia Cargill, commissioner of records; Fred Salter, commissioner of athletics; Duska Kirkpatrick, commissioner of arts; Hubert Saunders, once editor of THE SAMOJAC and staff-writer for the Junior College yearbook, commissioner of publications; and Frank Pilone, a very capable business man, commissioner of finance. George Drake With such an impressive body of students to take over the reigns ...
New Requisition System In Use For Organizations [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 16 September 1931
New Requisition System In Use For Organizations The Student, Commission of Santa Monica Junior College is very anxious to see all clubs properly organized very soon. In order that this organization may be handled efficiently, all clubs must make out a program and have a budget in proportion to the number of activities planned for the year. A new system for obtaining money for clubs within the school has been inaugurated. There are now prepared pads of blanks called "orders for requisition," with which each organization is presented. These must be made out and given to Frank Pilone, Commissioner of Finance, who will handle the requisition proper. This system enables each group to keep a record of its own expenditures. All club budgets and requisitions must be handed |nty October 5, 1931.
New Magazines In Library [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 16 September 1931
New Magazines In Library The Saturday Review of Literature, a weekly for the criticism of books, magazines and plays, is seen for the first time on the shelves of the Santa Monica school library. This delightful magazine was ordered for the library and student bodyby the English department. The New York Times Book Review is just another good magazine added to the well stocked magazine list already in the library. Students of drama and the fine arts are going to find this periodical especially useful.