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Mrs. Bush Entertains [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 20 May 1930

Mrs. Bush Entertains Mrs. Ralph Bush entertained the wives of the faculty members last Wednesday, May 7, at her home. Those enjoying the affair were Mesdames Sandmeyer, Coulson, Osterholt, Phipps, and Meeuwenberg. Everett Hartung enjoyed his vacation on a 20,000 acre cattle ranch near Hemet, California, as the guest of Carl Dallugge, a fellow-graduate from Samohi. Everett was very fortunate in arriving in time for the Spring roundup, which included all the phases of herding, branding, and roping. "Gone but not forgotten" will be the second period English class. Mr. Coulson remarked with a half tragic, half amused look on his face that never would he forget I this particular class. Students In this ! period literally bubble over with wit, both I ironical and amusing.

Publication Title: Corsair
Source: California Digital Newspaper Collection [UC Riverside]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Political Club Is Soon To Be Formed [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 20 May 1930

Political Club Is Soon To Be Formed A club soon to be formed on the campus will have as its object the furtherance of the study of the political situations in the city, county, and state. The club will be probably called "Young Voters' League," and will be guided by Mr. Sandmeyer. All students, both male and female, are invited to join, and all persons interested are requested to see either John Reynolds or Art Redden. The club will be especially interested in the coming gubernatorial race. It is not known what candidate will be backed by the club, but it is hoped that the selection will rest with a Southern Californian. The club will have a wide scope of activity, going into the homes with the latest political news. It is hoped that prominent political leaders of the county may be induced to come here and address the club. In this way the school will be kept in touch with all political activities taking place in the vicinity.

Publication Title: Corsair
Source: California Digital Newspaper Collection [UC Riverside]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Y. W. Holds World Fellowship Meeting [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 20 May 1930

Y. W. Holds World Fellowship Meeting Monday, May 5, the Y. W. C. A. held its regular meeting. Miss Rae Booth, world fellowship chairman, took charge of the program, and some interesting facts were brought out in regard to world fellowship in the colleges of our state, and especially at the University of California at Los Angeles. Dorothy Murray and Ruth Hunt reviewed the recent Y. VV. convention. After the program Miss Hunt told the girls of the newly appointed officers who are: conference chairman, Dorothy Murray; world fellowship, Rae Booth; social welfare chairman, Lucile Williams; publicity manager, Laura Todd.

Publication Title: Corsair
Source: California Digital Newspaper Collection [UC Riverside]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Coming Election [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 20 May 1930

Coming Election Student body elections will be held June 5. All nomination cards must be signed Thursday, May 29. Mr. E. C. Sandmeyer, student body adviser, brings to the attention of the students the fact that eligibility cards must be handed in by the nominees before they will be able to run for the respective offices. Every nominee must be passing with an average of "C".

Publication Title: Corsair
Source: California Digital Newspaper Collection [UC Riverside]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Mr. Meeuwenberg Back [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 20 May 1930

Mr. Meeuwenberg Back The students and faculty are glad that Mr. Meeuwenberg, botany and zoology instructor, is able to be back at school again after a week's absence because of the ttu. Mr. W. T. Wallbank, with his fifth period economics class, attended a high school debate in which his high school forensic adherents succeeded in silencing the argumentative guns of their opponents from Inglewood. In fact, the points brought out by the Santa Monica team were so much stronger than those presented against them that the victory was hardly in doubt.

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SPORTS [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 20 May 1930

SPORTS

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Track Men Elect Harry Wills To Squad Captaincy [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 20 May 1930

Track Men Elect Harry Wills To Squad Captaincy Two weeks ago the first annual track banquet was held in the club room of the Carmel Hotel. There were fifteen track and basketball men present. Mr. Barnum, principal of the junior college, was the guest speaker. He spoke about track held records of a quarter of a century ago. He also told the group about his experiences on the track. Coach Osterholt also spoke about the past track teams of the Pacific Coast. The track lettermen elected Harry Wills captain of the 19% 1 track team. Wills was a consistent point-winner last season, in the 440-yard dash. Next year we hope to have a stronger track team than we had this year. The following men who attended the banquet were: Mr. Barnum, Coach Bill Osterholt, Frank Watson, Harry Wills, Stan White, Eduardo Villarreal, Stanley Fish, Art Redden, Frank Michel, Stuart Mason, Harry Guida, Victor Thomas, Ray Davis, Larry Magee, and George Drake.

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Art Watson Elected U.C.L.A. Track Head [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 20 May 1930

Art Watson Elected U.C.L.A. Track Head After exhibiting an unusual brand of track competition at the Palo Alto track meet last Saturday, the U. C. L. A. track squad elected Art Watson captain for 1931. Although the YVestwood school only placed fourth, her seven points were made conspicuous by the work of Watson. The marked ability of the Watson family to hold down cinder-path captaincies seems to be hereditary, as Frank Watson, Art's brother, at Santa Monica Jaysee, held that position on the Corsair squad this past season.

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EXCHANGES [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 20 May 1930

EXCHANGES Sophomores of Sacramento Junior College have planned a graduation breakfast and a meeting on Class Day. —Pony Express. Two thousand copies of the new Los Angeles Junior College students' handbook were recently issued by the printing department of that institution. —Junior Collegian. In a late edition of the Santa Maria "Breeze," the following notice appeared: '"The Breeze assumes absolutely no responsibility, financial or otherwise, for any story in this issue unless printed inverted." The notice had to be held upside down to be read. —Breeze.

Publication Title: Corsair
Source: California Digital Newspaper Collection [UC Riverside]
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TARGET PRACTICE [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 20 May 1930

TARGET PRACTICE It is so long since the paper last came out that anything that happened during the past two weeks seems like "old stuff," altho it may be news to the exchanges. The sport page, this edition, will be the result of three weeks' effort; does it look it? Thanks. Harry Wills, not the fighter, has been elected captain of the 1931 track team. The reference to Wills' fighting qualities excludes the fight ring—that is, unless he has been holding out on us. It takes light to win a first place in the "440" against mental odds. Mental fortitude against defeat and more defeats is one item an athlete needs, and Harry has it. Wills has a tradition to keep up on the track squad —that of a spirited lot —and if he can pilot a similar squad of fellows next year, as Watson has done this, there will be a hot time in the oval next year. That tradition is something worth fighting for, and reputation is another goal. The Corsairs received a little publicity in the "Sport Miracles" section o...

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Jaysee Tennis Team Downed by Pasadena [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 20 May 1930

Jaysee Tennis Team Downed by Pasadena The hard-fighting Jaysee tennis team was handed the short end of the score by the racqueteers from Pasadena. The score, 6-0, however, does not indicate the true ability of the team. It was handicapped by the failure of two players, Ray Davis and Kenny Elgan, to turn in their blue cards. Their loss was keenly felt. Art Redden and S. Yamada, playing second doubles, put up the best fight against Pasadena, losing to Jefferson and Reed, 10-8, 6-2. Steve Robinson and Harrison Reno, playing first doubles, lost to Williams and Reed, 6-0, 6-1. James Davis, playing first singles, was defeated by Little, 6-2, 6-2, and Hartung, second singles, lost to Bathele, 6-3, 6-1. Rowe, likewise, lost his match to Micheal, 6-1, 6-1. Then there's the fellow who crawled under the dresser to hide from his collar button.

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Source: California Digital Newspaper Collection [UC Riverside]
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Coach Osterholt Gives Body Aids In Health Hints [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 20 May 1930

Coach Osterholt Gives Body Aids In Health Hints Care of the teeth is of major importance to the physical well-being because of danger to the entire organic structure if neglected. Periodic visits to a reliable dentist, preferably every six months, for an examination is the best insurance against trouble from this source. Our forefathers were not so subject to dental troubles as we are today, for the reason that they lived a more vigorous life, ate more fibrous and gritty foods, and were able through hard manual work to throw off poisons which accumulated from this source. Research students, in the field of medicine, are finding each day more and more ailments derived through improper care of the teeth. Some arc convinced that cancer is the result of toxic poisons, beginning in tooth cavities, being supplies through the system. Nervous disorders and chronic cases of ailments of the heart are sometimes attributed to bad teeth. Dr. Cotton, Director of the State Hospital for the Insane ...

Publication Title: Corsair
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Look Out Men [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 20 May 1930

Look Out Men Cristopher Sandstone, an under-cover reporter for the Samojac, reports the following conversation as emanating from a fair co-ed on the south balcony: "Oh, Lucile, So-and-So got me a man for Friday. Isn't that nice?" Boys, it looks as though it's open season on men. How about forming a protective organization. Samojac's society editor wonders why Alden Burks journeys to Palm Springs so frequently.

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Source: California Digital Newspaper Collection [UC Riverside]
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Osterholt Installs Pentathlon System [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 20 May 1930

Osterholt Installs Pentathlon System In order to stimulate interest in the Physical Education classes Coach Bill Osterholt has instituted the Pentathlon system of point scoring, which he will use to determine the relative ability of each man. The ten-inch trophy will be given to the winne'f of the annual Pentathlon at the end of the school year. The five events to be judged are as follows: forward pass, shot-put, standing high-jump, chinning, and football punt. Every student of Santa Monica Javsee is eligible to compete for this trophy who can do the minimum in all of the events. The minimum of each event is as follows: forward pass, 27 yards; shot put, 30 feet; standing high jump, 3 feet; chinning, ten times; football punt, 30 yards. The contests for this trophy will be held from June 9 to 13. The schedule of events is: forward pass, Monday, June 9; •shot put, Tuesday, June 10; standing high jump, Wednesday, June 11; chinning, Thursday, June 12, football punt, Friday, June 13.

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S. M. Divot Diggers Sink Riverside J. C. [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 20 May 1930

S. M. Divot Diggers Sink Riverside J. C. Santa Monica Junior College's Corsair golfers handed an unexpected defeat to the Riverside's Tiger divot-diggers last week when they beat them by the close score of 3 to 2. The Corsairs lost their first two matches but rallied to a sweeping finish, beating the Tiger's lats three men by large scores. The results are as follows: Dole (R) beat Henn (SM) 8 and 7; Crabb (R) beat Grace (SM) 3 and 2; Watkins (SM) beat Denning (R) 6 and 4; Donatelli (SM) beat Dunn (R) 6 and 4; Bergeron (SM) beat Esgate (R) 6 and 5.

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Life Saving Class To be Held in June [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 20 May 1930

Life Saving Class To be Held in June Coach Osterholt will hold a life-saving class on the beach from June 2 to 6 inclusive. The things that Coach Osterholt will demonstrate are covered in the coast guard tests. The demonstration will deal with surf swimming, life-saving, breaking of holds, handling of life-boats, pulmotor demonstrations, and first aid. This course is open to everyone, whether he can swim or not. Come down and learn to swim, and if you can swim, come down and learn these life-saving methods. Miss Ruth Galkin made her first trip to Catalina Island duiing the week-end.

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 3 June 1930

Attend Dance To Be Held On Balcony Friday Nite at Eight is- 1 Ccv JQT% fx TT c-j» c - ? ■ iV/1 I P\ ll "j {f\ |fl I II /\ I I J [J [ j[J Ly J ll" A\vW7 Attend Dance *"° Balcony Friday I Nite at Ei S ht ' VOL. 1., No. 15 SANTA MONICA JUNIOR COLLEGE, SANTA MONICA, CALIFORNIA Tuesday, June 3, 1930

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Fun, Music, Joy, Color to Reign At Summer Dance [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 3 June 1930

Fun, Music, Joy, Color to Reign At Summer Dance The Summer Dance, which is to be held this Friday, promises to be a fitting finale to the social life of the college. With dancing under starlight skies to the music of a good orchestra offered those attending, a pleasant night's entertainment is in store for the student body. The balcony will be the scene of the dance, with tables and chairs being placed along the foyer for refreshment purposes. The balcony will be faily decorated with streamers and lanterns, adding much to the gaiety of the occasion. The committee on entertainment is spending much time and money in an effort to have this dance more successful than the one held last semester, and those attending are promised an evening replete with pleasure. Tickets may be obtained from the office or any of the members of the cabinet. The price is one dollar per couple, with no extras. A restriction that one of each couple attending must be in regular attendance at the college is plac...

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Bound Copies Must Be Purchased Soon [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 3 June 1930

Bound Copies Must Be Purchased Soon Students are again reminded that they may purchase bound copies of the Samojac from Mr. Miller of the printing department. These bound copies can act in the place of an annual for the past year. The nominal sum of thirty-five cents is charged which just covers the expense of the cover and the binding. These bound-copies contain every issue of the paper, and will be interesting to keep for the coming years. Mr. Miller wishes to announce that the supply is limited and the students desiring them should see him at once.

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Source: California Digital Newspaper Collection [UC Riverside]
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Invitation Extended [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 3 June 1930

Invitation Extended An invitation to a program meeting has been extended to the Junior College Student Body at large by the Athenaeum Club directorate. The program includes many interesting items, such as dramatic readings and talks on the various subjects to which the club subscribes. Instructor Edwin R. Coulson has been secured as a speaker. His subject will be "The Period of Transition," which covers the development of modern drama from the early liturgical drama. The program will be given in room eleven during the ex-period Thursday, June fifth.

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