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College Lettermen Organize New Club [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 1 April 1930
College Lettermen Organize New Club The Lettermen's Club of Santa Monica Junior College held its first meeting during the past week. The club at present is a temporary affair which will become a thing of reality when cross-country men, track men, and lettermen of minor sports get their awards. Wallace Hickman was appointed acting chairman of the club, and Royal Delp was appointed acting secretary to assist Hickman in drawing up a constitution. The purposes of the club are many. Lettermen will be responsible for welcoming freshmen to the college besides bestowing on them the usual initiation. The Lettermen's Club will also assist in seeing that the right sort of things are done on the campus. Its slogan is "Fair Play and Clean Sportsmanship in Athletics."
Women Hold Third Meet Of Year At Y [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 1 April 1930
Women Hold Third Meet Of Year At Y The Jaysee Y. W. C. A. held its third meeting last night, at the Y house. Miss Ruth Hunt, the president, called the meeting to order, and after the reading of the minutes, Dorothy Murray presented the by-laws, which were adopted by the organization. It was decided that the chairmen of the various standing committees should be appointed immediately as there will be need for them in connection with the plans for the coming convention at the University of California at Los Angeles. Miss Shaffer briefly told the girls about the Spring convention the week-end of May 1, at the University at Westwood. Then the University will be hostess to all Southern California Y. W. C. A. organizations in a conference to discuss problems and plans. It is hoped each group will derive a benefit from this conference which will help it during the coming year. Miss Shaffer also said that word had been received from Asilomar that all colleges and universities were to be very...
Spring Pigskin Gets Welcome [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 1 April 1930
Spring Pigskin Gets Welcome In response to Coach Osterholt's call for spring football material, twenty-eight reported for instructions, Thursday, March 19, 1930, in room 11. Judging from the size of most of them, there ought to be some good stuff for a squad. However, the Coach's idea of a good squad is more brains and less beef. Most of the meeting was taken up with the explanation of the system of plays, and designation of the duties of the linemen and backfield. There is going to be proverbial Hades popping when the Santa Monica team meets its first opponent next fall. The coach gave the men his idea of an ideal junior college team as follows: ends —6 feet tall, 170-185 lbs.; tackles —160-185 lbs.; guards —155-170 lbs.; center —150-160 lbs.; quarterback—--135-155 lbs.; right half —155-175 lbs.; left half —150-165 lbs.; and fullback — 135-155 lbs. The following men reported to the coach: ends —Harry Wills, George Arnold, Stanley White, Bill Athey, and Wally Hickman; tackles —Ted G...
High School Class G ves Annual Play [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 1 April 1930
High School Class G ves Annual Play Friday and Saturday, March 28 and 29, the junior class of the local high school presented its class play in the school auditorium. Under the direction of Miss Olive Morris, "One August Night" was well done. The leads are taken by David Vale as a popular young author, and Ruth Hannon as Roasrio, a young Spanish girl. Several members of the junior college attended the play.
Meet Postponed [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 1 April 1930
Meet Postponed The Southern California Junior College Association annual track meet which was to be held on April 26, on the Chaffey Junior College oval, was postponed to May 3. This is the second time that this meet has been postponed, the first time being on account of rain; this time the reason is unknown. Many students may be seen any of these warm, sunny days taking a refreshing dip in the cool waters of the Pacific, and acquiring that enviable tan.
Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 29 April 1930
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J. C. GIVES WORLD PREMIER [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 29 April 1930
J. C. GIVES WORLD PREMIER New Junior College Enrollment Makes "Briar Rose" Successful Santa Monica Junior -College, supported by the high school, will present its first opera on Friday and Saturday evenings, May 9 and 10. As its name suggests, "Briar Rose" is a beautiful production, with its excellent costumes and huge casts ■of two hundred. Bernard Rogers, of the Junior College, and Miss Rachel Boswell, jof Samohi, have the two leads. These principals are supported by an excellent notably made up of J. C. students. Allan Freeman, another college student, has one of the supporting parts. New Talent With the S+iowing of this opera, Santa Monica will be given an opportunity to see an excellent musical production. Not since 1926 has it been possible to give an opera, because of lack of talent, but now with the J. C. to draw from, the city will again be treated to a noteworthy opera. Since the last opera was presented, music lovers have requested that more productions of this sort be gi...
Track Men and Debaters Will Rule Assembly [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 29 April 1930
Track Men and Debaters Will Rule Assembly An assembly will be held the third period Thursday for the purpose of presenting the track and debate awards. Track letters will be awarded to Frank Watson, Larry Magee, Stanley White, Ray Davis, Eduardo Villarreal, Harry Wills, Stewart Mason, George Drake, Arthur Redden, and Manager Stanley Fish. All the men will compete in the conference meet which will be held at Chaffee on May 3. Debate pins will also be presented to Lucille Williams, John Reynolds, Hampton Worthy, Charles Patterson, Sanford Watkins, and Arthur Redden. Of these debaters, Charles Patterson and Arthur Redden are receiving awards for having engaged in two conference debates. The rest were each in one league debate. A rally and sendoff for those men going to Chaffee will be held after the awards have been presented. All students are urged to come to this, the second award day in the college. BRIAR ROSE
German Students Have Club Formed [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 29 April 1930
German Students Have Club Formed The advanced German class has definitely formed a club for those persons taking or interested in German. This was done last Tuesday evening when a meeting of that class was held in the teachers' cafeteria. At that time the officers were elected, the constitution read and accepted, and plans for the next meeting contemplated. The officers elected were: Frank Michel, president; Belle Waltz, vice-president; Frank Watson, secretary-treasurer; Helen Stelzriede, publicity manager. Mrs. Cejudo was unanimously chosen as faculty sponsor. The entertainment committee was selected with Arthur Redden chosen as chairman. Bill Henn and Regina Bender were named to act on this committee and the plans for the next meeting, when the beginning class in German will be invited to attend, were talked over. The program for the next meeting, which will be held next Tuesday at 7:30 p. m. in the teachers' cafeteria, will be replete with entertainment fitting the occasion. Germ...
In Memoriam [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 29 April 1930
In Memoriam The students and faculty of the junior college are grieved to hear of the death of one of their fellowstudents, Jack Rose, who passed away Sunday afternoon after an illness of many weeks' duration. Jack was a student, an athlete, and a real friend. He was a wonderful basketball player and excelled in almost every other sport, too. Because of his strong physique, a speedy recovery was hoped for. The whole-hearted sympathy of the Santa Monica Junior College is extended to Jack's parents.
New Constitution For Forensic Club [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 29 April 1930
New Constitution For Forensic Club The Atheneum Club, whose formation has hung in the balance for some time, is again under way. The constitution as drawn up by the committee has been ratified by Dr. Bush, with certain changes, and will be presented at the next meeting of the organization. This meeting will be held on Thursday, May 1. The time and the place will be announced later. Great possibilities rest in this organization. All dramatic production will be sponsored by the club, which will also act as a training ground for debaters. Dr. Bush has suggested the presentation of a three-act farce, which will be given this semester. All persons interested in joining the club are requested to attend the next meeting. With the acceptance of the constitution the club will exist in fact, and the members present at that session will be charter members. BRIAR ROSE
Joe Wonder Kicked Out of Dance Hall [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 29 April 1930
Joe Wonder Kicked Out of Dance Hall People with lofty ideals sometimes have them set at nought. Illustrious Joseph Wonder, so a certain debonair little redhead gives out, will not let himself be seen in the dance halls in Ocean Park. One night, however, Joe and this certain miss had a yen for dancing, and as they happened to be passing one of the notorious dance halls, they dropped in. If it were not for the fact that haughty Mr. Wonder had on cords, he might have spent the evening dancing dreamily to the soft music which makes one think of —oh, well. But Joe did have on cords — consequently he found himself outside the doors of this amusement center of his scorn, looking with a red face at a girl with red hair on the inside doubled up in convulsive laughter. Now, now, Josie, never you mind. BRIAR ROSE-
Geoffrey Morgan Is Speaker on "Habits" [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 29 April 1930
Geoffrey Morgan Is Speaker on "Habits" Mr. Geoffrey Morgan honored Santa Monica Junior College by his presence when he spoke before the student body on the subject of "Habits." Mr. Morgan brought forth in his- talk that the process of repeating an action over a period of times causes a habit, the college was highly interested in Mr Moi gan's method of ..peaking. He has a technique of delivery, of forceful setting forth of specific points, and his holding of the audience's attention. After his talk, Mr. Morgan was enter tained at a luncheon in the cafeteria.
Calendar—April 29 to May 13 [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 29 April 1930
Calendar—April 29 to May 13 Wednesday, April 30 —Cosmopolitan Club. 8:00 p. m. Thursday, May I—A.1 —A. S. B. Assembly. Third period. Saturday, May 3 —Golf at L. A. J. C. Monday, May 5 —L. A. J. C. Tennis at S. M. J. C. 4:00 p. m. Wednesday, May 7 —Spanish Club. 8:00 p. m. Friday and Saturday, May 9 and 10 —Opera in S. M. H. S. Aud. 8:00 p. m Saturday, May 10 —Tennis at Riverside. Saturday, May 10 —Golf with Riverside at S. M. J. C. Tuesday, May 13—Golf at Pasadena. 2:30 p. m.
Snowy Baker Talks [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 29 April 1930
Snowy Baker Talks Many Jaysee students attended the Samohi assembly recently when "Snowy" Baker was the speaker. Mr. Baker is an international traveler and sportsman. His stressing of sportsmanship in athletics and daily life was the principal point of his lecture.
The SaMoJaC [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 29 April 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, Vincent Donate'li, Avanelle Thomas, Marie Karl, Stanley Fish. MEMBER OF . mtaanm
The Freedom of Discipline [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 29 April 1930
The Freedom of Discipline Rules for schools, like laws for countries, are made for one of two specific purposes: first, to state and indicate the right, so that right may be done, and second, to state or indicate the wrong, so that wrong may be avoided. Just as long as laws are obeyed there is perfect freedom from all sense of oppression, all sense of offensiveness, and in addition, the satisfaction and comfort of the law's protection is experienced. On the other hand, just as soon as laws are broken, in fact just at that very moment, freedom vanishes and we incur and deserve the just penalties which should come to' all law breakers.—M. F. BRIAR ROSE
EXCHANGES [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 29 April 1930
EXCHANGES A group of Citrus Junior College airenthusiasts were addressed in talk on "The Value and Progress of Aviation," by»a commercial pilot of the Western Air Express.—Citric Acid. "Poison Oak," the official paper of Santa Rosa Junior College, celebrated April 1 in a fitting manner. Articles, begun seriously, ended in a humorous medley of confusion. —Poison Oak. Long Beach Junior College has chosen "In a Persian Garden" as the Spring opera to be presented this year. The entire glee clubs and school orchestra will be incorporated into the opera. —The Viking. Finishing touches are being put to the Los Angeles Junior College's first annual, the Junior Campus. Individual pictures are now being taken, and club groups are urged to co-operate by appearing promptly after the first call for pictures.—Junior Collegian. The Daily Trojan of the University of Southern California recently conducted a polling of- the student body of that institution on the question of disarmament. The results ...
SOCIETY [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 29 April 1930
SOCIETY Scott Sterling was seen in San Diego and thereabouts during vacation. Ruth Gaulkin spent a week at Barstow on the desert. Several students were seen in the* wee hours of the morning attending Easter sunrise services on the Pacific Palisades. Among them were: George Drake, Francis Tozier, Charles Patterson, Glynn Reineman, and Katherine Lloyd. Walter Gushman motored to Lake Arrowhead recently. Mr. Walter Thomas Wallbank motored to northern California during Easter week. He visited several cities of interest, among them San Francisco and Monterey. Mrs. Henrietta Cejudo traveled in Mexico during vacation. Mr. Cejudo returned with her to spend the remainder of the week in the mountains of Monrovia. Stanley Fish has recently completed a model of an early Seventeenth Century Dutch East Indiaman. The model was constructed from authentic prints. Incidentally, Stanley built the model of the Elizabethan 16th century ship which is to be seen abcjve the reference shelf in the school lib...