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ENROLLMENT EXCEEDS 300 [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 4 September 1930
ENROLLMENT EXCEEDS 300 Increase of Students Sets Record for Percentage of Growth in Junior College Tuesday, September 2, Santa Monica Junior College opened its second year, it greeted over 300 students. That first morning on the balcony was an impressive affair: a reunion of those students who had attended last year, and a welcoming of the new. One hundred and fifty familiar faces lined the rail, the foyer, and hall, each one knowing every other. Happy greetings, humorous remarks, and laughJter slipped off a myriad of tongues, and hands were kept busy, from one clasp to another. Director's Message "Last year, the first in the history of the Santa Monica Junior College, greatly exceeded our expectations, and too much credit cannot be given to those members of the college faculty and student body, and to the administration,, staff, and faculty of the high school who so largely contributed to this success. From present indications the large increase in student enrollment, additions to ...
Faculty Additions Bolster Ranks of J. C. Professors [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 4 September 1930
Faculty Additions Bolster Ranks of J. C. Professors Because of the large increase in the enrollment of the Junior College this year, it has been necessary to add new members to the faculty. Dr. Ralph H. Bush has chosen capable men to fill these positions. Dr. Bradford has been uhosin t • : I reduce courses in philosophy, psychology and geography to the curriculum of Santa Mo'nica Junior College for the ensuing year. Since his graduation from New York University, Dr. Bradford has been professor of psychology at the State Teachers' College of Oklahoma. It may be interesting to note that Dr. Bradford resigned from the principalship of the Mariposa County Union High School, which office he had held for some time, in order to be in closer contact with students whom he will teach as a professor. Mr. Herman R. Stromer will teach French and German this year. Mr. Stromer is well fitted to fulfill the post for which he has been chosen, for he received his education in Switzerland and Germany....
Staff of Annual To Begin Work In Near Future [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 4 September 1930
Staff of Annual To Begin Work In Near Future Preliminary work on the annual, which will be the first issued in the college, will begin in the near future. Although the staff has as yet not been announced, it is assured that the complete staff has been selected, and will consist of those people who have had experience on the Samojac. The staff will be announced in one of the next issues of the paper. Arthur Redden will have the position of editor, and the annual will be issued just a few weeks before the first graduation. It will have the complete history of the Junior College since its inception, and will probably be the best annual to be issued, as it will combine two years with one edition. The style of the annual has not been definitely decided as yet, but something novel will be introduced. The art work will be done by students of the College. The department heads will begin work at once, as all of last year's activities have to be covered before work this year can begin. , With...
New Text Books In Stock At Bookstore [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 4 September 1930
New Text Books In Stock At Bookstore New books have arrived at th'e bookstore for the junior college students. Nearly all the subjects have already been taken care of. Some of the books that have already come in are: "Economic History of Europe," by Knight, Barnes, and Flugel; "Grauss Aus Deutschland,' by Holzworth; Storm's "Imensee"; Chemistry laboratory manual by Ruth and Scarlet; "General Chemistry," by Richardson; "Course in Chemistry," by Bray and Latteman; " Principles of Chemistry," by Hildebrandt; "A History of English Literature," by ' Moody and Lovett; "British Prose and Poetry", by Lieder, Lovett, and Root; Pattou's "Causeries en France"; "Introduction to Geology," by W. B. Scott; and Gregg shorthand. Mr. Lord, in charge of the bookstore, will open the doors to students today.
Warning To Frosh [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 4 September 1930
Warning To Frosh Freshmen are warned that they will be required to wear frosh caps during this semester. These caps are on sale at the bookstore. The students must wear the "dinkies" on school days, but may leave them off on other days. This is practically the only rule being imposed against the "babes," and their co-operation is expected. The "dinkies" are for the men. The women are to wear the rooters' hats, which can be worn quite fashionably by being turned down on one side.
Student Body Meets In H. S. Auditorium [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 4 September 1930
Student Body Meets In H. S. Auditorium Tuesday morning, at the first Junior College assembly, Mr. W. F. Barnum congratulated the students and faculty on the fine opening of the school, and extended a welcome to them for the current year. The principal said also that he expected that the Junior College would grow so rapidly that by the end of the present year it would be necessary for the municipal administration to put up for vote bonds for the building of a new junior college. Dr. Ralph H. Bush, director of the Junior College, introduced an element of surprise when he said that out of the one hundred and forty-five junior colleges in the United States, Santa Monica has the eighteenth largest. The enrollment, he went on to say, is more than double that of last year. Those rules which must necessarily be observed during the year were next explained. Changes were made in the programs of a large number of students, Dr. Bush said, because of (Continued on Page Four) (Continued from Page...
The SAMOJAC [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 4 September 1930
The SAMOJAC Published every Tuesday during the college year by the Santa Monica Junior College Student Body, Santa Monica California Member of California Junior College Press Association. STAFF JOHN REYNOLDS ............ Editor E. R. COULSON ......... Faculty Adviser ■ ■ • MEMBER OF =================================== PPF^MAWI
Few Rules for Students [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 4 September 1930
Few Rules for Students Students entering Santa Monica Junior College are requested to acquaint themselves with the few rules governing student actions. It has been, and will be, the aim of the administration to have as few rules as possible. Students must remember that from now on they will be considered college students, and no longer need the supervision that was necessary during high school days. There are graduates from many different high schools, and it will probably be some time before they can correlate themselves with the rules here. The chief ones are: talking in the library is not permitted, except in the conference room; Junior College students attending high school assemblies must sit in the back of the balcony; smoking on the campus is prohibited by state law; parking of automobiles is not permitted in the circle in front of the school; J. C. students must not interfere with the high school classes at any time. These few rules, if obeyed, will make it must easier for a...
Back Up The Team [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 4 September 1930
Back Up The Team What we need now, with all these football games coming up, are new songs and yells. When we get out there on those bleachers to back up our team, we need something with which to do it. If we can get some good yells with a lot of pep to them, we can get behind the team with some real support. These yells and songs would go over big if we would all yell the same thing at the same time. In the past, the decided lack of unison has been quite noticeable. With a good yell leader, some good yells and songs, and some real pep, we should put over the oncoming games with real spirit. So get started on some good ideas and think up some real material. Anything in the line of yells and songs will be accepted. We need a lot of good ones to make this year a big success.
Show Your Colors, Sophs [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 4 September 1930
Show Your Colors, Sophs In the past the students of the College have entered wholeheartedly into whatever activities have been initiated. Now the older students are looking to the incoming class to do the same In the matter oi wearing the frosh hates, the freshmen should not feel that they are being imposed on. The cap should be regarded as a badge of distinction, and each wearer oia "di nkie" should be proud of his class. The new students are also urged to equip their cars with one of the school stickers. These may be purchased in the auditor's office. It is up to the freshman class to start now with the same school spirit that has been in notice here during the past, for they will be the leaders of the school next year. Let's go, frosh!
Community Players Offer Popular Play [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 4 September 1930
Community Players Offer Popular Play Playgoers of Southern California are being offered a rare treat at the Pasadena Community Playhouse this week where Oscar Wilde's "Importance of Being Earnest" is completing a two-weeks' run Saturday. Sharley Simpson and Charles Levison are taking the leads in this "trivial comedy for serious people," which sparkles with the characteristic witty and epigrammatic sayings that have made the author's works favorites since their first performances in the 'Decadent Nineties." "Dr. Knock," a fantastic comedy by Jules Romains, is the next Community play, and is scheduled to run from September 11 to September 20. This drama will be directed by Morris Ankrum, the new Associate Director at the Playhouse. Following this play the house will be dark until October 2, when Martin Flavin's premiere, "Dancing Days," opens the fall season.
Psychology Tests Given to Students [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 4 September 1930
Psychology Tests Given to Students At the beginning of each college year, those students who have not taken the psychology form tests will be obliged to take the exam. The students who have just entered the college for the first time will of course come under this heading. The examination is a duplicate of that given at most of the leading universities for the new students. The score of each student is kept on his record, and a check is thus made to see of the student is doing work of the same capacity as his I. Q. calls for.
New Print Apparatus [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 4 September 1930
New Print Apparatus The high school print shop, where the Samohi and the Samojac are printed, was the recipient of new equipment this summer. A new press, equipped with an automatic feeding attachment, and costing around 31900, removes the necessity of feeding in sheets of paper by hand. While this press will not print a sheet as large as the Samohi or Samojac, it disposes of much routine matter, thus enabling the printers to put more time and effort on the school papers. It was made in Pittsburg and is powered by a one-horsepower Northwestern motor. The second addition consists of an automatic attachment added to the paperculter, which obviates the old method of hand-cutting. This power attachment costs in the neighborhood of $2OO.
All Tickets Good At Hi School Games [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 4 September 1930
All Tickets Good At Hi School Games The Student Body tickets issued to the Junior College students will admit them to all home games of the high school. The same system will be employed by the high school, their student body tickets entitling them to see all home games of the Junior College. This will aid both institutions, each being able to see all-games played on this campus. This system is followed out at all junior colleges where the high school is on the same grounds. Junior College students are reminded, however, that their tickets will not be honored at high school games not played on the Samohi field.
Local Prof Finds World Isn't Large [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 4 September 1930
Local Prof Finds World Isn't Large More evidence that "the world's a small place after all" is given by Mr. E. R. Coulson, English instructor, who reports an experience he had this summer in New York City. During his stay in the metropolis Mr. Coulson spent a few hours in the New York Public Library looking over some thesis material. While waiting before the large electric board which displays call numbers used in obtaining books, he was amazed to find that Miss Kathleen Hacker, Santa Monica High School and Junior College librarian, was also waiting for a book which she wished to use in one of the courses which she was taking at Columbia University summer session. Miss Hacker asked to be remembered to her friends in Santa Monica. She was reported as enjoying her work at the university, the city, and especially the trips to the points of interest in and around New York which she took in company with other Columbia University students. Miss Hacker is on a leave of absence this year, a...
Reynolds Back From Trip [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 4 September 1930
Reynolds Back From Trip The Samojac welcomes its editor back home! John Reynolds, who has been "down to the sea in ships" for the past six weeks on a tuna cruise, has arrived today. The ship on which Reynolds acted as radio operator has repeatedly overstayed its proposed length of voyage. Several cablegrams and messages have been received, but each time Reynolds' return has been delayed. However, he is now back to the scene of his former labors, and is ready to get back into the harness.
J. C. Faculty Advisers [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 4 September 1930
J. C. Faculty Advisers To acquaint students with the sponsors of each department in the Junior College, the following list of faculty advisers is published: Student Body Cabinet, Mr. Sandmeyer. Associated Women Students, Miss Robinson. Lettermen, unknown. Forensics, Mr. Wallbank. Publications, Mr. Coulson. Language, Mrs. Cejudo. Laboratory Sciences, Mr. Phipps.
Get Stickers [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 4 September 1930
Get Stickers There is no time like the present to buy the J. C. Corsair sticker. The stickers can be purchased from Miss Young with that "two bits" received as change from Miss Miller. The first football team is preparing for action, and the "ol* pasters" will be good advertising for the school. The sticker was adopted last semester. It is a picture of a Corsair and a ship, and the Jaysee colors, orange and gray, are carried out. A sample of the sticker can be found on the staff door.
College Ranks High [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 4 September 1930
College Ranks High "Santa Monica Junior College is the eighteenth largest junior college in the country," Dr. Bush stated at the first assembly, Tuesday. He went on to say that if the present enrollment of over 300 is not diminished the Junior College will maintain its position in a field of 140 such institutions. Stanley* White w'as employed at the Brentwood Pharmacy this summer.