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Big Beach Blowout Bids Are Extended [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 7 January 1930
Big Beach Blowout Bids Are Extended Swimming, dancing, hiking, and an array of "eats" which would please the palate of a queen are promised those attending the Women's Athletic Association meeting which will be held on Saturday, January 11, at Miss Carroll's cabin in Topanga Canyon. Every woman in the college has been invited, and practically every one has given her intention of being there. The festivities will start about 8 in the morning, and will last all day, maybe until the wee sma' hours of the morning. Invitations were mailed last week, but in the ev'ent of some reaching the wrong addresses, or failing to be delivered, the invitation reads as follows: Dear W. A. A. Member: Miss Carroll extended an invitation to the members of the Women's Athletic Association several weeks ago to come to her cabin -for a beach party. At a board meeting recently, the board and Miss Carroll decided that January eleventh, 1930, would be the best date. Thus a cordial invitation is extended to you...
Classes Interesting [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 7 January 1930
Classes Interesting Mr. E. C. Sandmeyer complacently remarked a few days ago that citizenship is the only class which is uninteresting. He was explaining the methods of university professors in other subjects, which they made interesting through their personalities. Despite Mr. Sandmeyer's expression to the contrary, his classes in citizenship are very interesting. Every problem which arises brings forth a fund of knowledge from this worthy professor which students find extremely valuable—and' interesting.
College's Congress Hits Honor System [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 7 January 1930
College's Congress Hits Honor System With their opposition to so-called athletic subsidies and college " honor systems " a matter of record, 250 members of the National Student Federation of America engaged last week in their fifth annual congress of the organization on the campus at Stanford University. The congresses composed of representatives from universities in ail parts of the United States. The session, which was enlivened by discussions over the recent Carnegie Foundation report on alleged professionalism in American university sports, also was electrified by the declaration of George Creel, chairman of the public information committee during the World | War, who declared that America's chances ! of joining the League of Nations had been j buried under a burden of lies" by Senator ! Hiram W. Johnson of California dna Senator William E. Borah of Idaho. Following a discussion of " athletic | subsidies," a resolution was adopted in | which it was urged that no discrimination •...
Next Year's Xmas Gift Problem Easy [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 7 January 1930
Next Year's Xmas Gift Problem Easy What to purchase for Christmas presents for next year has been definitely solved by Miss Hacker of the library. According to Miss Hacker, a present which will be acceptable to every person is a subscription for any of the leading magazines now published. The official "Magazine Guide," published by Harpers, has been received by the library and can be seen by anyone interested. This guide gives the list of all magazines and the price of a year's subscription. Two-year subscriptions are also offered at a still more reduced cost. Such gifts are always acceptable and are of a real intrinsic value to the receiver.
Student Tours Visit Play At Oberammergau [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 7 January 1930
Student Tours Visit Play At Oberammergau The event of 1930 in Europe is the Passion Play at Oberammergau. Interest centers in the little mountain village; the eyes of the world are turned toward it. The feet of thousands from all corners of the globe will be directed toward the scene of the most stupendous offering ever staged at Oberammergau. This play will not be produced again until 1940. The cast is composed of the natives, who wear no make-up; the music is original; the setting is the outdoors. This is but one of the places to be visited by those talcing advantage of the travel tours being offered by many of the leading travel clubs ill the country. Miss llacker, librarian, is in receipt of an interesting pamphlet explaining in detail the itinerary of these travel clubs. The countries to be visited are England, Ireland, Scotland, Iceland, France, Belgium, Holland, Germany, Austria, Hungary, Czecho-Slovakia, Switzerland, Italy, Sicily, Spain, Norway, Sweden, and Denmark. A featu...
New Exchange File Received by Paper [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 7 January 1930
New Exchange File Received by Paper A:i addition to the equipment of the SaMoJaC which will prove of much value has been a file fixed to the wall of the Faculty conference room, wherein may be. kept all the exchanges received from the various colleges and high schools. Up to the present time these exchanges have been strewn over the large desk in the room, causing confusion and little semblance of that neatness which should prevail in any newspaper office, maybe. The paper is now trying to find some vacant space which could be turned into an office. This would be quite a relief to the faculty who must correct exams while copy is being pounded out by the zealous staff, or arguments as to the amount of space which should be allotted to the may pole dance are going on between the editor and the society editress. With the arrival of many new students in the coming semester it is expected that the number of reporters now working on the SaMoJaC will be augmented and it will become necessa...
Corsairs Lose Close Game To Long Beach Vikings In Final Non-Conference Tilt [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 7 January 1930
Corsairs Lose Close Game To Long Beach Vikings In Final Non-Conference Tilt When Coach Bill Osterholt's Santa Monica J. C. basketball team left the Long Beach institution last Friday night on the short end of a 29-26 score they left a long lasting impression on the Viking squad, of the cleanest scrapping outfit this side of Norway. The Corsairs put on the best exhibition of real fight ever displayed by a secondary school. Every man on the floor fought his fool head off in the second half to try to overcome a lead of 13 points.' Fifteen seconds before the final gun, however, Long Beach made one more basket to put the game on ice. It took twentyfive of the Viking Squad to turn the trick and the size of the men put Santa Monica at a marked disadvantage in the tip-off and following through on the shots. In the second half Santa Monica forgot about size and fought the three Viking teams off their feet. The first half was the most pitiful sight ever witnessed. Time after time Athev, Steve...
Be At Santa Ana and Beat Santa Ana [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 7 January 1930
Be At Santa Ana and Beat Santa Ana In four days Santa Monica Junior College will embark on her athletic career. This will be a great event for all, as this is the first time we have entered a team in any league. It is impossible for any school to put out athletic teams without the whole-hearted support of its student body. This is indeed true of Santa Monica. So far we have had five basketball games. At no game previous to the one with Long Beach were more than five rooters in attendance. Long Beach was slightly better —about ten rooters turning out. Long Beach rooters filled the stands. This should also have been true of Santa Monica rooters. Saturday night Santa Monica Junior College goes to Santa Ana Junior College to play its first league game and one week later goes to Compton. Owing to the distance away of Santa Ana a scarcity of Santa Monica students can be expected, but everybody should be at the Compton game. Support the team! Get behind it and back it up! It is your team a...
Know Your ßasketball Team and Their Nos. [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 7 January 1930
Know Your ßasketball Team and Their Nos. NO. NAME POSITION 3 William Athey (Capt.), forward 4 Wallace Hickman, guard 5 Jack Rose, forward and center 6 Gordon Yeaton, forward 7 Dryden Bergeron, forward 8 Alden Burks, forward 9 Larry Magee, forward 10 Loyson Burnett, forward 11 Ray Davis, center 12 Royal Delp, guard 13 Duane Stephenson, forward 14 Stanley Fish, guard 15 Harry Guida, center 16 Frank Watson, center 17 Philip Weil, guard BEAT SANTA ANA
Trojans Powerful In Win Over East [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 7 January 1930
Trojans Powerful In Win Over East In games during the past two weeks the West has proven her superiority over the East in- football. The Crimson Horde of Stanford over-ran the Army Mule of West Point, 33-13, while a few days later the Southern California Trojans slew the undefeated Panther of the University of Pittsburgh, 47-14. Both "Chuck" Smalling of Stanford and "Racehorse Russ" Saunders of U. S. C. showed themselves to be All-Americans in these two games. Southern California went on the field New Year's Day at the Rose Bowl with the odds" against them, but left the field on the large end of the unthought score score of 47-14. BEAT SANTA ANA
U. C. L. A. Frosh To Meet J. C. Swimmers [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 7 January 1930
U. C. L. A. Frosh To Meet J. C. Swimmers Santa Monica Junior College has made definite plans with the U. C. L. A. Frosh for a swimming meet at Santa Monica on February 14. The meet will be held in the pool of the Sea Breeze Beach Club. The probable list of events is as follows: 50-yard free-style; 100-yard free-style; 4-man relay; 100-yard backstroke; 100yard medley; plunge for distance; medley relay; 100-yard breast stroke; fancy diving. Santa Monica should have a good team because of its close proximity to the beach. Coach Bill Osterholt has sounded a call for swimmers early so that training can start at once. A meeting of all those interested is called for immediately after fourth period, January 9, at the field house. —BEAT SANTA ANA Edward Villarreal is quite occupied in teaching Margaret Johnson the tango. Perhaps they will give an exhibition when the efforts of the teacher and pupil prove harmonious.
Corsairs Display Fast Playing To BeatHermanA.C. [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 7 January 1930
Corsairs Display Fast Playing To BeatHermanA.C. In a two-game affair the Santa Monica Corsairs twice defeated the strong Herman Athletic Club of Highland Park during the holidays. With a fast offense and an impenetrable defense the .Corsairs sunk their more experienced opponents to the tune of 33-15. This game was a distinct victory to Santa Monica when the strength of the H. A. C. is noted. Three of the players on the teams were former college team captains. Ketchersid, forward of the A. C., was captain last year at Occidental College and was an All-Southern Conference basketball player. From the first whistle to the last, the game was a fast and furious battle. Both teams showed marked ability in offense. The Corsairs displayed a defense that was the feature of the evening. Time and again the Hermanites carried the ball down the floor, only to be stopped by the defensive wall of the Corsairs. Santa Monica also showed that one of their greatest assets is in their passing. The lineu...
Santa Monica Plays In Practice Games [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 7 January 1930
Santa Monica Plays In Practice Games Besides the games already on Santa Monica Junior College's schedule several games have been arranged and others are in the process of being scheduled. On the night of January IS the Corsairs will once more journey to Los Angeles, where they will tangle in a return game with the California Christian College. The Corsairs beat the Christians once and plan to repeat their victory. A two-game meet has been arranged with the Occidental College Frosh at Eagle Rock on February 6, 1930. The Tigers are rated as having a strong aggregation.
Corsairs Start To Prepare for Frosh [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 7 January 1930
Corsairs Start To Prepare for Frosh Santa Monica should have a good team when it meets the U. C. L. A. frosh on February 14, because of its close proximity to the beach. Coach Bill Osterholt has sounded a call for swimmers early, so that training can start at once. A meeting 06 all those interested in called for immediately after the fourth period, January 9, at the field house.
CORSAIRS WALLOP TARTARS [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 21 January 1930
CORSAIRS WALLOP TARTARS Corsair Tead Never Threatened In Fast Game on Tartar Court; Entire Team Plays Great Game Stung by the defeat administered them the week before, Coach Osterhoh's Corsair five staged a comeback last Friday evening and swamped the Compton Tartars to the tune of 36 to 23. Not once was the beach five in danger of losing the game. In evendepartment of the game Santa Monica showed that they had the superior team. Ti e Corsairs took advantage of Compton's large bas4cetball floor and by a fast °offensive of passing and dribbling, Santa Monica sank goal after goal. Not too much credit can be given Santa Monica's five. The whole team and especially Captain Bill Athey played a splendid game. Athey had Tom Yancey so well guarded that the Compton triple-threat man was able to make only 1 point, and that on a free throw. Athey also displayed his ability as captain by his remarkable leadership of the team. Duane Stevenson, Wally Hickman, Ray Davis and Alden Burks all turned ...
Dr. Ralph H. Bush l/j" Chosen To Speak At Big Convention [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 21 January 1930
Dr. Ralph H. Bush l/j" Chosen To Speak At Big Convention Another event of importance to Santa Monica Junior College will occur on February 26. On that day Dr. Ralph H. Bush, director of the college, will be a speaker on the morning session of the sixtieth anniversary meeting of the Department of Superintendents, which is being held at Atlantic City from February 22 to 27. The Atlantic City auditorium will be the scene of all the meetings. Dr. Bush's topic will be "Teacher Load in the Junior College." The entire program for the Wednesday morning session is devoted to the junior college movement. Th&lt;* party from Southern California will leave Los Angeles on Saturday, February 15, and travel to San Francisco, where the entire state congregation will assemble. .The theme of the convention is, "Education in the Spirit of Life." For Wednesday the sub-theme is "Life is progressive: education must adjust itself to new needs." This is the reason the junior college movement is bein...
Bruins Show Form in Initial Practice Tilt [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 21 January 1930
Bruins Show Form in Initial Practice Tilt The University of California at Los Angeles, although poor in football, has redeemed itself in the eye of the sporting world by its brilliant basketball team. The 63 to 30 victory over Stanford in the first conference game gave the Bruins a good start for the title. With such a start the Bruins should be one of the strongest contenders for the championship of the Pacific Coast Conference.
Elections Usher In New Officers For Next Term [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 21 January 1930
Elections Usher In New Officers For Next Term President Wallace Hickman conducted the second student body elections of the Santa Monica Junior College last Thursday in the recital hall. The final count of the ballots showed that Mr. Lawrence McGee had been elected for the presidency for the coming semester; Dryden Bergeron, vice-president; Dorothy Murray, secretary; John Reynolds, commissioner of finance; Stanley Fish, commissioner of athletics; Adele Wynn, commissioner of I arts; and Arthur Redden, editor of the school paper. Some of the officers elected were the only candidates for their particular offices, but a few of the others were closely contested. Mr. McGee nosed out Sanford Watkins by a slim margin, the score ' counting twenty-eight for'the former and twenty-two for his opponent. Mr. Redend won easily over ET'IC Moore for editor of the Samojac. Mr. Reynolds is the undisputed choice for the commissioner of finance, to fill the office vacated by Alden Burks. Stanley Fish rem...