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Bulletin Sent [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 18 February 1930
Bulletin Sent According to recent information, the library of the Santa Monica Junior College has been placed on the raailine list of the Federal Reserve board and in the future will receive a complimentary copy of the monthly Federal Reserve Bulletin, as issued.
TARGET PRACTICE [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 18 February 1930
TARGET PRACTICE Some people may think that school spirit is just going to basketball games and cheering or reporting for athletics and the like, but we take our hats off to the men that watch the doors at the home games, namely: John Reynolds, Eric Moore, Ray Hile, Clayton Hodge, Art Redden, Ed Villarreal, Justcie Henkis and Stan Fish. Put 'er there, fellows! the other hand, we do not want to belittle the new men who have reported for the various sports; that is just as much loyalty as any activity. More power to you, fellows. It is a good thing we only have target practice every two weeks because we certainly would have predicted a victory for L. A. J. C. over Chaffey J. C., but it did not turn out that way, as we all know. There probably would not even have been a dent in the "buts," much less a hit.
Santa Monica Track Starts on March 8 [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 18 February 1930
Santa Monica Track Starts on March 8 The Southern California Junior College track schedule starts March 8, 1930. The Jaysees of Southern California are divided into two divisions. Division I includes Santa Monica, Compton, Glendale, Pasadena, Long Beach, and Los Angeles. Division II includes Riverside, Chaffey, Fullerton, Citrus, Santa Ana and San Bernardino. The Association championship meet between the two winners of the two divisions will be held on the home field of the winner of Division I. The commissioner is trying to make arrangements for a meet between the University of Southern California freshmen team and an Association team composed of the best performers chosen from those teams not taking part in the championship meet, April 26, to be held on the same day on a field to be announced later. According to H. E. Wilson, the commissioner of men's athletics of the S. C. J. C. A., the Association annual meet will be held at Chaffey Junior College, March IS, 1930. In addition to...
Play day Plans to Be Made at Next Meet ofW. A. A. [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 18 February 1930
Play day Plans to Be Made at Next Meet ofW. A. A. Thursday, February 13, was the date of a compulsory meeting of the women students of the College. The latter part of the meeting was devoted to a meeting of the Women's Athletic Association. A welcome was extended to the new women of the J. C., and they were cordially invited to enter into the women's sports. March 8 is the date set for the next playday for the women. The playday will be held at Pomona Junior College. They are offering hockey, speedball, tennis, and clogging. It has been decided that we will try to send a speedball, tennis singles and doubles, and clogging teams. Anyone interested in any of these sports should see Miss Carroll, physical education instructor or the president of the W. A. A., Helen Stelzriede. They should see these persons before the end of this week if possible. It is hoped a large number of women will report, that the school will make a good showing. At the last playday quite a number of women made t...
Glendale Nators Defeat S. M. J.C. [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 18 February 1930
Glendale Nators Defeat S. M. J.C. The Santa Monica Junior College swimming team made its debut at the Miramar plunge last Friday afternoon, losing to the Glendale Junior Colleg&lt;nators, 54-12. Santa Monica did not take a first place, due, undoubtedly, to lack of condition. They would make a good start, but give up before the race was anywhere near finished. In the relay the Corsairs had a half-length lead and yet lost the event. No race is won until you are out of the tank. The meet was an impromptu arrangement with Glendale as connections could not be made with the University of California at Los Angeles for that date.
Coach Osterholt Points to Health [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 18 February 1930
Coach Osterholt Points to Health The college student, today, is required to give strict attention to his mental, spiritual and physical being so as to realize his maximum efficiency in learning. The classroom and laboratory serve their purpose as mediums of laying out work under supervision of the instructors. For the student to get full value in his studies, outside preparation is necessary to the extent of studying two hour's for each one hour recitation or lecture. Concentration is necessary and this cannot be given if the student is suffering from nervous or organic disturbances. The department of physical education is limited in correcting the disturbances to a degree inasmuch as the program of exercise and instruction is confined to two one-hour classes each college week, re- quiring the student to use his initiative in caring for his physical needs for the remaining time. This is not being done, to a large extent, exceDting in the case of those out for athletics and those few...
Oxy Frosh Defeated [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 18 February 1930
Oxy Frosh Defeated In a practice game Santa Monica's fighting Corsairs scored an unexpected 31-28 victory over the frosh team of Occidental College. The game was marred by repeated fouling on the part of the Oxy team. The passing of the Corsairs tended to be very ragged in the initial period, but the second half saw a marked improvement in this line.
CORSAIRS DEFEAT GLENDALE [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 4 March 1930
CORSAIRS DEFEAT GLENDALE Corsairs Cagers Trounce Glendale Buccaneers in Final Conference Tilt Coach Bill Osterholt's fighting Corsair crew trounced the Glendale Buccaneers to the tune of 39-23. It was anybody's game until about ten minutes to go, when the Buccaneers cracked, and cracked badly. For the first half both teams played a strong defensive game. Glendale's strength was said to be superior to that of Santa Monica's, although Santa Monica and Glendale stood about even in conference standing. After the game was about 15 minutes old the Buccaneers were leading, 9 to 4. The Corsairs then got "hot" and as the half ended, the score was 13 to 11, in favor of the Corsairs. In the second half Santa Monica played an offensive game which, after some time, broke through the tight Buccaneer defense. It was only from the close guarding by- Captain Athey and Wally Hickman that Glendale's scoring attack was held down, while Elgin, Stevenson and Thomas were the main cogs in the Corsair offen...
J. C. Women Meet To Discuss Plans* Form Y. IV. C. A. [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 4 March 1930
J. C. Women Meet To Discuss Plans * Form Y. IV. C. A. Y. W. C. A. officers elected were: president, Huth Hunt; vice-president, Jennie Bosworth; secretary, Adele Winn; and treasurer, Regina Bender. The chairmen of the various committees are to be appointed by the president in the near future as the need for them arises. It was decided that the women would meet once a month and have a luncheon, in order to create a better spirit of friend- ship and co-operation among them. During the business session Mrs. Mahuran, the sponsor of the Y. W. C. A. in Santa Monica, told the women that they were welcome to use the Y house, the tennis court, the grill, the basketball court and the Sea Breeze Beach Club, in which the Y. W. C. A. has a membership, at any time. Plans are being made for athletic competition between the Business Women's Club and the women of the college. The girls are also planning to have a few social functions of the year and to invite the members of the Y. M. C. A. After the ...
Telegram Received [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 4 March 1930
Telegram Received In reply to several telegrams sent by the Student Body and Faculty, the following was received from Dr. Ralph Bush by Lawrence Magee, President of the Student Body: "Many thanks for your good wishes; everything is going nicely." The Student Body is proud of the honor that has been bestowed upon its Dean, to address the members of the convention held in Atlantic City for the Department of Secondary School Principals and Department of Superintendents of the National Education Association.
"Two Penny" Dances Will Be Held Ex. Period [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 4 March 1930
"Two Penny" Dances Will Be Held Ex. Period More and more is being done to further the social life of the junior colleg 3 . The time when students most need entertainment is during the ex period on Thursdays. So, in order to meet this need, the executive board has succeeded in procuring the girls' gymnasium in which to provide dancing for those who desire something which furnishes both action and relaxation. March 6, will inaugurate the first of a series of dances to be held monthly. Admission will be free, a penny a person for every dance being the only charge. Music will be furnished by a few players which the executive board will hire. Later on, if the dances prove successful, some orchestra will be hired, such as Bill Brothers' from the high school. This is an excellent opportunity for the junior college orchestra to make its initial appearance, but nothing has been done by the members of this organization. Money obtained from this source will flow into the coffers of the student...
Regulation Imposed [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 4 March 1930
Regulation Imposed As has been formerly announced in the Samojac, the junior college students will use the south staircase in going to and from their classes on the balcony. The high school students have recently been notified that they, in turn, will se the staircase on the north.
Second Debate Held [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 4 March 1930
Second Debate Held The second debate of the year will find Santa Monica and Fullerton Junior Colleges arguing about the subject of chain stores. Messrs. Charles Patterson and Hampton Worthy, upholding the affirmative, will invade the Fullerton stronghold, Thursday. Whether the debate will be held in the afternoon or evening is not known at the present time. Messrs. Arthur Redden and John Reynolds will defend the negative at Santa Monica on Friday. In order to enlarge the audience, and partly to increase the knowledge of the members of his classes, Mr. Wallbank will see that his students will attend the conflab. The debate here will begin at 12:45.
OFFICIAL NOTICE [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 4 March 1930
OFFICIAL NOTICE Junior College students are requested not to gather on the front steps or in the halls at any time during the school day. In the past they have been congregating in such a manner as to disturb the sixth period classes, and block the passageway of other people in those vicinities.
Party Enjoyed at Miss Johns' Home [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 4 March 1930
Party Enjoyed at Miss Johns' Home Miss Yvonne Johns entertained the members of the Spanish Club at her home last Wednesday evening. The interesting and different features of this meeting were the Spanish dinner served by the hostess, and the Spanish dance given by La Rue Zimmerman. During the business meeting plans for a future trip to some of the old Spanish Missions of California were discussed. It was decided that the next meeting should be devoted to the comedy and the learning of Spanish songs. A quartet of members — Yvonne Johns, Lucille Williams, Eric Moore, and Loyson Burnett —will learn some Mexican and Spanish songs in order to help the other Club members in learning them. After the business meeting the group enjoyed dancing.
Chooses Opera Parts [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 4 March 1930
Chooses Opera Parts Miss Dorothy Whalley has chosen Bernard Rogers to portray the character of Florizel, the male lead in "Briar Rose," the opera to be given the first part of May. Miss Rachel Boswell, of the high school, will enact the role of Briar Rose.
Calendar—March 4 to March 18 [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 4 March 1930
Calendar—March 4 to March 18 Wednesday, March s—Cosmopolitan5—Cosmopolitan Club, 7:30 P. M. Thursday, March 6 —A. S. B. Noonhour Dance. Friday, March 7 —Track at Pasadena, 4:15 P. M. Saturday, March B—Tennis8 —Tennis at L. B. J. C. 10:30 A. M. Wednesday, March 12 —Spanish Club, 8:30 P. M. Thursday, March 13 —J. C. Y. Meeting, 12:00 P. M. Saturday, March 15—Track at Chaffey J. C.
THE SAMOJAC [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 4 March 1930
THE SAMOJAC Published every other Tuesday during the school year by the Santa Monica Junior College Student Body, Santa Monica California Member of California Junior College Press Association. STAFF ARTHUR REDDEN Editor E. R. COULSON Faculty Adviser Department Editors Eric Moore Associate Glynn Reineman Sports Drvden Bergeron News Frank Watson Men's Athletics Jane Colegrove, Myrtle Fletcher Feature Helen Stelzriede Women's Athletics Walter Gushman Exchange John Reynolds Literary Lucille Williams Organization Ruth Hunt Society Reporters: Bernard Rogers, Edward Villarreal, Stanley White, Evelyn Cook, Jack Rose, Clara Lee Derry, Vincent Donatelli, Avanelle Thomas, Marie Karl, Helen Bream, Stanley Fish. MEMBER OF =
Education for Police [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 4 March 1930
Education for Police A recent news item in a Los Angeles paper emphasizes the fact that the board of education of that city is preparing to start classes to instruct their police officers in high school subjects. A notice of this kind is hardly in keeping with our present so-called level of progress. Why any city the size of Los Angeles will have hired men to carry weapons, entrust them with the welfare of her populace, and in other ways given them control of the city when they have had very little social training is a hard thing to understand. A person can hardly be blamed after an article of this sort has appeared in the paper, to resent any interruption of an officer in his or her affairs when the said officer may in all respects be considered a moron. Of course there are many fine men on the force, but when 1500 of them have not had at least a high school education, there are surely some of them who must have received their positions on the force through pull, not through what t...