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Coach Osterholt Points to Health In Second Series [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 4 March 1930

Coach Osterholt Points to Health In Second Series A pertinent topic for discussion is the proper conditioning of the athlete. For the athlete to get the maximum efficiency in his chosen activity, time and care must be given to the method of educating and conditioning his body organs, muscles, and nerves. The track athlete must correlate these three in order to get the skills perfected at the time of the track meet. Months of care and study of his particular make-up are necessary so that efficiency will come with no physical harm later in life. The same may be said of baseball, golf, tennis, and swimming. The athletic coach, at the beginning of each season of sport, takes into account the following: 1. The physical condition of the athlete; his capabilities with respect to the particular event he is training for; and, the laying out of the daily work to be given him. 2. The muscular power involved in each particular event or, in other words, the particular muscles which need special ...

Publication Title: Corsair
Source: California Digital Newspaper Collection [UC Riverside]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Varsity Quintet Defeats Citrus [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 4 March 1930

Varsity Quintet Defeats Citrus The Santa Monica Corsair basketball team defeated Citrus Junior College, 41 to 33, Saturday night, February 22, at the Municipal Auditorium. The defensive game of Captain Bill Athey and Wally Hickman was the deciding factor in the victory. Athey found time, along with his defensive duties, to make 18 points, while Hickman consoled himself with 3 points. Citrus made things pretty lively under the Corsair basket, and Wally thought it best to stay close to home. Thomas wasn't a bit slow when he entered the game in the second half. He sent the ball through the basket for 11 points, five field goals and a foul. Elgin and Stevenson scored 4 points a piece, and Bergeron tucked 3 of the 41 under his belt. The fruit-growers took the lead at the start of the game. It was nip and tuck a affair for the most of the half, with the Visitors having the edge on the half-time score, 20-18. Athey and Thomas made things more interesting for Santa Monica in the second sess...

Publication Title: Corsair
Source: California Digital Newspaper Collection [UC Riverside]
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Track Team Meets At Pasadena Friday [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 4 March 1930

Track Team Meets At Pasadena Friday The Santa Monica Junior College track team makes its debut against the strong Pasadena Jaysee team Friday, at Pasadena. The Pasadena team is favored because it had several practice meets, while Santa Monica has had no practice meets and only a few men out for track. The conference meet is to be held at Chaffey on Saturday, March 15. The one who places first or second in this meet will get a trip to Berkeley, where they will compete against the University of California track team. The following men are out for track: Redden, White, Magee, and Moorhouse in the sprints; Burnett and Guida in the 440; Drake, Villarreal, Mason, Wills and Foote in the distance; Davis in the shot and discus; Reno, Pattison and Watson in the high jump and pole vault; Redden, Burnett, and Maorhouse in the broad jump; and Woolwine in the hurdles. Mr. Elmer C. Sandmeyer Is teaching ;he young people's class in connection vith the six weeks' "church night" program at the First ...

Publication Title: Corsair
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GOLF SCHEDULE [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 4 March 1930

GOLF SCHEDULE The following is the schedule for the Santa Monica Junior College golf team: April s—Bye.5—Bye. April 12 —Santa Ana at S. M. April 26 —Compton at S. M. May 3 —S. M. at Los Angeles. May 10 —Riverside at S. M. May 17 —S. M. at Pasadena. May 24 —Pomona at S. M. May 31 —S. M. at Citrus. June 7 —S. M. at Glendale.

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 18 March 1930

Track Meet ~ At Compton Friday Come Over and I Help Beat Tartars (O/' TT {7\7 V? T 7 /NJlVif IY/1 /T\ A / f \ /] ffll /A [] J U J lWw/A\vU Track Meet At Compton Friday Come Over and |[ Help Beat Tartars VOL. 1., No. 12 SANTA MONICA JUNIOR COLLEGE, SANTA MONICA, CALIFORNIA Tuesday, March 18, 1930

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BUNKO PARTY HUGE SUCCESS [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 18 March 1930

BUNKO PARTY HUGE SUCCESS Faculty and Students Show Skill In Manipulation of Dotted Cubes At Bunko Party for New Students Although old Jupiter Pluvius did his "durndest" to spoil a perfectly lovely evening, every person who attended the welcoming party for the new students, which was held Friday evening, agreed that it was worth the trouble of braving a bit of "unusual" weathej to engage in a contest of dice-rolling. Due to the inclement weather it was decided late Friday to hold the party in the teacher s cafeteria of the girls' gym, and amid orange-and-gray decorations, with balloons fastened to the streamers, the party took place. The evening passed all too quickly for the fifteen tables of ardent players. Enthusiasm ran high at every "bunko," and some clever wrist action on the part of both faculty and students was displayed. In the case of several faculty members, it was shown that quite some dexterity in tossing galloping dominoes must have been gained in the evening hours spen...

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Press Conclave In Capitol City This Week End [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 18 March 1930

Press Conclave In Capitol City This Week End This semester's Junior College Press Convention, which is being held in Sacramento on March 22, promises to be one of the best college conventions of the year. Sacramento Junior College, president of the convention, is planning a hearty welcome, and a continuous round of amusement for the delegates of the state junior colleges. Santa Monica will be represented by Arthur Redden, editor of the Samojac, who is leaving on Thursday with the Southern California delegation. This group will leave on the S. S. Dorothy Alexander, which will take them to San Francisco. From there a boat will be taken up the river to Sacramento. They will return by bus. There will be six discussion groups at the convention. Sports, business, supervisor, editorial, feature, and make-up sessions will be presided over by members of the "Pony Express," publication of the Sacramento J. C. The papers of the various schools will be judged on best news stories, best editoria...

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Color Necessary at All Athletic Games [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 18 March 1930

Color Necessary at All Athletic Games New students, and old also, are reminded once more of the fact that rooters' hats and caps may be purchased at the book store. Mr. Lord announces that a supply of both kinds are on hand and there are enough to go around. The lack of much color at the basketball games was very noticeable, and it is hoped that this will not occur at the track meets. The caps are to be worn by the men, and the hats by the women. The prices of both are quite reasonable, due to the large purchasing power of the co-op, the cost of the dinkies being forty cents, and of the hats, seventy. We wonder what a man who had engaged in companionate marriage would do if he lost his wife's address.

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R. H. Bush Back From Conference In Atlantic City [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 18 March 1930

R. H. Bush Back From Conference In Atlantic City Santa Monica Junior College takes this opportunity to welcome Dr. Ralph H. Bush back from his trip to Atlantic City, N. J. Dr. Bush was gone from the college for three weeks, and his absence was noted very much. The occasibn for his absence was the convention held yearly for the Department of Secondary School Principals and Department of Superintendents of the National Education Association. Besides attending the convention where he was on the program, Dr. Bush stopped at several junior colleges and universities on his return trip. Among those that he visited were Northwestern University, University of Chicago, Crane Junior College, Joliet Junior College, and Kansas City Junior College. At the various junior colleges that he visited Dr. Bush made note of the (Continued on Page Four) Dr. Bush's Trip (Continued from Page One) characteristics of the school and the method under which it was operating. At one school Dr. Bush found that the...

Publication Title: Corsair
Source: California Digital Newspaper Collection [UC Riverside]
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Letters Awarded At Students* Assembly [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 18 March 1930

Letters Awarded At Students* Assembly The Associated Student Body held the first assembly for the awarding of letters, Thursday, March 13. President Lawrence Magee, after welcoming Dr. Ralph H. Bush home from the conference which he was attending in Atlantic City, turned the assembly over to Stanley Fish, commissioner of athletics. Mr. Fish expressed his pleasure in being able to give members of the basketball squad the letters which they had won. VV. R. B. Osterholt gave an example of true appreciation to the lettermen when he said that he had never worked with a better squad as far as sportsmanship, clean playing and manliness were concerned. He crowned his address by presenting Captain William Athey with a championship sweater which he had prized for fourteen years. Men who received letters were: Messr.s Ray Davis, Royal Delp, Dryden Bergeron, William Athey, Wallace Hickman, Duane Stevenson, Elgin, Thomas, and Manager Frank Michel. These men will be proud of the fact that they we...

Publication Title: Corsair
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"The Ring" Interesting [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 18 March 1930

"The Ring" Interesting "The Ring of the Niebelungen," which was presented at the Shrine auditorium, was given by an all-German opera company. The music and the artistry of Johanna Gadski need no introduction. This Wagnerian opera was presented in the traditional Wagnerian style. The remarkable correlation of music, acting, lighting, and scenic effects, which are so necessary for the perfect presentation of a Wagnerian opera, cannot be commended sufficiently.

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Thanks, Kress Co. [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 18 March 1930

Thanks, Kress Co. Co-operation between business houses of the city and the student body has been very much in evidence in the past. The latest act of this kind was shown by the local Kress store whose manager graciously allowed the school to use many sets of dice for the bunko party, without cost. The student body wishes to thank the Kress company and its manager for this courtesy. —A. S. B. Cabinet.

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Second Playday Is Another "Pink Tea" [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 18 March 1930

Second Playday Is Another "Pink Tea" Five members of the W. A. A. attended the playday at the Pomona Junior College, Saturday, March 8, 1930. A tennis singles and doubles team was sent, and a clogging entrant also participated. Those who took part in the playday were: Arline Mcßride, tennis singles; F.stelle Holmes and Pat Stelzriede, tennis doubles; and Thelma Fletcher, clogging. Thelma was the only entrant to be encored. Speedball, hockey, tennis, and clogging were the sports offered. Some of the girls may be wondering why a speedball team was not sent, as was previously planned; the only explanation that can be given to those young women who were so willing to practice was the lack of time and facilities; but if the girls will be patient and keep on displaying the interest that they have been showing, there is a good chance for the Santa Monica Junior College W. A. A. to really do something, for they certainly have the material.

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Wallbank Coaches [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 18 March 1930

Wallbank Coaches Mr. W. T. Wallbank is gaining distinction in the high school, as well as in the junior college. His debate teams in the lower institution of learning occupy second place in the league at present.

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The SaMoJaC [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 18 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 Dryden 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 = PBtsamain

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No Limits to Progress [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 18 March 1930

No Limits to Progress Persons visiting the Auto Show recently were amazed at the progress made in a few years by automotive engineers. This progress was shown vividly when one of the new multi-horsepower motors was placed at the side of a vehicle of ancient vintage. And yet when one stops to think, the future seems to hold unlimited possibilities in store. What will the motor of the future look like? What will it act like? What will it do in the way of performance? When one answers these questions immediately another thought is correlated in the person's mind. What will the people of the future look like? What will they act like? What will they do in the way of performance? At the rate civilization is progressing, only the fittest will survive the quickly-changing order of the day. There will be no chance for the slow process of evolution to take place, a person will either have to adapt himself immediately to the surroundings, or perish. There will be no time to stop and help the l...

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Deficiency Notices Mean Work [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 18 March 1930

Deficiency Notices Mean Work The main purpose of this editorial is to enlighten new students with a tradition of the college, which has hitherto not been brought to their attention. At the end of the sixth week, slips are turned into the office by the instructors, informing the administration of those students who show a weakness in his or her class. These slips inform the office that the student is either receiving a grade of D or F in class, but these slips do not mean that the student will make a final grade of D or F in that class. They are merely a warning to the student —a sign that more work is necessary. There are many students who lose hope when they receive one of these "cinch" notices. This is the wrong attitude to take. No one likes or respects a quitter. The person who digs in, then, and shows in the face of hard going that he or she is capable of better work, will receive the support of not only the instructor, but the other students. So, you new students who receive d...

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STAGE-SCREEN [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 18 March 1930

STAGE-SCREEN Such Men Are Dangerous. A story of masculine "it." This story will appeal to those men who are not the possessors of an Adonis-like "map." Puttin' on the Ritz. The songs, being by Berlin, are easily the feature of this picture. Harry Richman is fair. Wide Open. Eddie Horton clicks again. The supporting cast is well chosen. If you liked him in his former productions you are sure to enjoy this. Playing Around. Alice White appears in abbreviated attire for the tired business man again. When more clothes are taken off, Alice will take them. Rope's End. This is a real intellectual treat. The play has a more dynamic climax than any other production that has visited here in quite some time. East of Suez. Lenore Ulric in a seething drama of the Orient. What we said about using asbestos film for her pictures holds in regard to the scenery. When she sits on a piece of furniture it is a wonder it doesn't burst into flame. Helena's Boys. May Robson, the beloved character comedienne...

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EXCHANGES [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 18 March 1930

EXCHANGES "In a Cottage" was the theme of an entertainment provided for the visiting Phoenix Junior College basketball squad by the women of Riverside Jaysee. The cottage was spacious and artistically decorated; and refreshments were sandwiched in between dances. —The Arroyo. Acting as coadjutors, the woodwork class and the aviation club will exhibit an edge glider, made by them, at the annual Salinas Jaysee exhibition. —Flashlight. The San Bernardino weekly recently reprinted a quotation from Edison: "The American people will go to any extreme to avoid the necessity of thinking." Could it possibly have been a subtle reminder of what the students were doing?— The Warrior. A mental survey recently conducted at Menlo Junior College by Dr. W. C. Eells, associate professor of education at Stanford, gave the student body a commendable ranking.—El Roble Blanco. The photoplay class of the University of Southern California was treated to a discussion of "Audiences and Theaters" by Mr. Graum...

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SOCIETY [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 18 March 1930

SOCIETY Miss Margaret Johnson attended "New Moon" Saturday night, at the Majestic Theater. Miss Alice McGee spent the week-end as the guest of her aunt, Mrs. Christman, in South Gate. Invitations have been issued by members of the College Y. W. C. A. to a dinner dance to be held at the home of the new "Y", March 28. John Reynolds attended a performance of the German opera, "Das Reingold," at the Shrine auditorium, Saturday night. He also enjoyed seeing the popular play, "Journey's End," last week. Mr. Charles Patterson was visited by his cousin, Orville Lewis, a student at the University of Michigan, last Tuesday. Several fair co-eds evidenced their apparent disappointment at not meeting the young man when it was rumored that he has a preference for blondes. What about Cousin Charles? Girls of the Student Body were invited by Mrs. Marion Mahurin to a swimming party at the Ocean Park Plunge Tuesday night from seven until nine o'clock. Those who attended from here were Misses: Louise ...

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