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Notice [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 4 September 1930
Notice Those students who left books with the Cabinet are requested to ior them at once. The books were left in the office during the.summer, and it to be impossible for them to be sold". Margaret Johnson, who has spent the summer working at the Public Library, took a short camping trip to Pine Crest and Lake Arrowhead over the Labor Day j vacation..
W.A. A. Welcomes New Members for Ensuing Semester [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 4 September 1930
W.A. A. Welcomes New Members for Ensuing Semester The Women's Athletic Association welcomes the new women members of the J. C. "We expect to have a wonderful athletic season this year," stated Miss Carroll, women's physical education instructor, after seeing the enormous increase of women. The W. A. A. board is planning many activities in which they believe that the women will be interested. Some o£ the activities planned are: tennis, swimming, golf, horseback riding, tap danci'ng, clogging, and various other sports One of the most interesting features that the W. A. A. accomplished last year was a tennis tournament, which is to be an annual affair for the J. C. women. The winner of this tournament will have j her name engraved upon the tennis trophy. | The installation of the new W. A. A. officers will take place sometime next week. All women should watch the J. C. bulletin board regarding meetings and activities. The new W. A. A. board consists of: Belle Waltz, president; Adele Wi...
Debate Team Should Have Large Turnout [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 4 September 1930
Debate Team Should Have Large Turnout Students entering the college who are interested in forensics are urged to make Mr. Walter Wallbank, debate coach, acquainted of this fact. A meeting of the Athenaeum Club, college drama and oral arts society, will be held shortly, and these students are urged to attend. Although the past year saw no victories registered by the debate team, at no time were they to be considered a set-up by the opposition. In all, two debates a year are engaged in, with many practice debates also being placed on the schedule. Debating is an activity which is due to receive a boost this year, and it will be necessary to have a large turnout, from which,, it is hoped, a successful team may be chosen. It is not known yet how many of last year's team will return, but with the help of the new students and the old, a good season may be looked for.
New Old Member Of College Faculty [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 4 September 1930
New Old Member Of College Faculty Yes, it's true that the J. C. has a new woman on the faculty, but an old instructor. What?—a church wedding. When?— last December 22, 1929. Where? —in the Episcopal church Ln Beverly Hills. Why? —it was inevitable. Who? —Ah! shall we tell ? Why not? She is proud of it. Mrs. W. E. Williams, of course. In other words the former Miss Dorothy Alice Whallev. "Really, 1 didn't mean to keep .my wedding a secrefr," stated Mrs. Williams, "but when I returned to school after the Christmas holidays and no one noticed my wedding ring, I kept still, and so did everv one else." The J. C. offers Mrs. Williams congratulations and wishes for a happy voyage on the old ship Matrimony.
Bookstore Enlarged [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 4 September 1930
Bookstore Enlarged The new bookstore, which is about four times the size of the former, is located in the north wing of the. main building, and is rapidly being set in order and stocked with supplies so as to offer immediate service to the students of the Junior College and high school. With a larger floor space and more attendants, a great improvement in service is expected.
Students Pay Fees [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 4 September 1930
Students Pay Fees Immediately after leaving the various schedule-receiving stations, groups of, students began the pilgrimage to the j temporary post at which Miss Marian Miller was receiving student - body and science fees. Some hurried, and others drifted into line which took on the proportions of a mythical sea-serpent, circling completely around the balcony. Edward Villarreal made a geological trip through Arizona this summer. Allen Freeman spent the warm summer days in a miniature golf course.
Large Enrollment Makes Changes in College Necessary [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 4 September 1930
Large Enrollment Makes Changes in College Necessary In recognition of the growth of the Junior College, additions have been made in the personnel of the teaching staff and the accommodations for the students. Several new rooms, formerly occupied by the high school and located downstairs in the science building, have been assigned to the exclusive use of the-Jaysee. New offices, in the second floor of the administration building and just off the balcony of the auditorium, have been opened for the faculty and members of the Samojac staff. And the lecture rooms have not been neglected. The teaching staff has been increased in a fairly generous manner, and a wider variety of subjects appeared on the schedule this year than last. A great deal of j interest has been created in the schedule, j and discussion and selection have .been j equally wide. Although only recently converted into laboratories of collegiate standing, the new rooms are ideally fitted' for their work, being both large a...
Spanish Club Reorganized [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 4 September 1930
Spanish Club Reorganized According to Mrs. Cejudo, the Spanish instructor, the Spanish club, Los Charritos y Las Poblanas, will be reorganised very soon. It is hoped that the new students eligible to belong to the club will come out to the first meeting. The requirements, not yet'definitely settled, will be explained by notices posted on the bulletin board soon. All students, new and old, who are interested are asked to watch for the notices of the meetings. The issuance of locker keys to the college students will be facilitated greatly by the installation of a new steel key-rack in the secretary's office. Old students have expressed great pleasure at seeing the new classroom chairs that have replaced the uncomfortable desks in use last vear. Students are glad to welcome Marie Middlekauf back to Junior College after her six months' absence.
Hold Meeting of College "Y" Soon [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 4 September 1930
Hold Meeting of College "Y" Soon After a semester of mediocre activity the Santa Monica Junior College Y. M. C. A. will hold its first meeting, Monday, September 8, at 7:30 o'clock, in the "Y" office, 211 Broadway. This meeting will be an election of officers for the new semester in order to welcome the freshmen on the following Monday, September 15. The foundation work will begin at the second meeting, when the frosh may have a hand in the constructive duties of the organization. Several new ideas have been discovered during the summer, and with the aid of some outside ones the association ought to progress rapidly. The four-square policy of the "Y," physical, social, mental, and moral sides of a student's life, will be particularly stressed, and no partiality will be shown to anyside. It is the*aim of the Y. M. C. A. to have every fellow on the campus free to come to the "Y" meetings at any time, and, if he cares to, to take part in the discussions and programs. Mr. Glenn Hovey, t...
J. C. Students Asked To Obey Fire Signal [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 4 September 1930
J. C. Students Asked To Obey Fire Signal Junior College students are asked to accustom themselves to heeding the fire alarm. This alarm is given periodically for drills, and every person should deft nitelv know the alarm, which is: two short rings, pause, three short rings, pause. This is repeated four times. In leaving the building during a fire drill. Junior College students should go down the south stairway to the main floor, then turn to the right and pass out of the building by the girls' outdoor lunch court. The administration asks all J. C. students to get used to this bell signal, as it is imperative that in case of emergency, orderly exit should be made.
Club Plans Dinner-Dance [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 4 September 1930
Club Plans Dinner-Dance The Junior Women's Club will give the first social affair of the season, next Friday night, in the form of a dinnerdance at the Deauville Beach Club. Many of the college set are planning to attend. Elaborate preparations are being made for this occasion, which promises to be one of the smartest affairs of the year. Those of the college set who plan to attend are: the Misses Yvonne Desnoyers, Barbara Ainsa, Florence Halthins and Lucile Wittorf, and the Messers Hugh Saunders, William White, William Henn, Theodore Gross, and Bernard Rogers. A new feature for college classes will be initiated this semester with the introduction of field trips, to be taken by members of Mr. W. R. B. Osterholt's geology class. Although the schedule has not yet been arranged, present plans call for one trip per month, to be taken Saturday mornings.
FOOTBALL SQUAD REPORTS [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 4 September 1930
FOOTBALL SQUAD REPORTS Former High School Coach Assumes Athletic Duties By Announcing Practices Floyd E. Mishler, new football coach speaking. He claims McPherson College has also attended Association College of Mishler also put in three years at majoring in physical education. Coai experience too, having held down the' position of half-back on his college football team, as well as being a sterling basketball player. After leaving University, Mishler accepted a coaching job at Winden High School, Kansas, and from there went back to his alma mater at McPherson, at college has quite a past, athletically Kansas, as his alma mater, although he Chicago and University of Chicago. Lhe University of Southern California, :h Mishler has had plenty of actual Kansas, where«he coached successfully for two years. Then Samohi received a break and Floyd came west to take up his duties at the castle on the hill. During his six years at Samohi he has produced several championship teams, being the gui...
Scotty Sterling Calls for Riders [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 4 September 1930
Scotty Sterling Calls for Riders With the opening of school comes the introduction of a new angle to men's physical tofture. Scotty Sterling, through the aid of Captain 0. I. Clampitt of a local riding academy, will start classes in horseback riding just as soon as enough applicants can be gathered together. The classes will most likely be after school and Saturdays, depending on the schedule of the students. Both Sterling and Captain Clampitt are well qualified to instruct in the art of twining one's legs around a horse. Sterling has taken part in several rodeos, the Tijuana Rodeo of 1929 in particular, and he was second trainer of the Portland Hunt Club. He was also connected with the Strawberry Red Wall Rodeo Association of Seattle. Captain Clampitt received his training in the army, became a commissioned officer and was sent to Camp Lewis, Washington, as instructor in the Cavalry School. The Captain has also ridden in several motion picture productions. Several of the students k...
"Stan" White Injured [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 4 September 1930
"Stan" White Injured "Stan" White, one of last year's trackmen, returned to school on crutches. He sustained a severely injured leg as the result of an automobile accident. "Stan" was thrown from an automobile, and a motorcycle ran over his leg. It is expected that he will be on crutches for several weeks longer. The Samojac will, in the future, appear on Wednesdays, as a weekly publication. —THE EDITOR.
Initial Football Practice Started By Registration [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 4 September 1930
Initial Football Practice Started By Registration Although Coach Floyd E. Mishler was greeted with a fair turnout for the first practice of the season, he was quite pleased with the caliber of the men present. Just about ever y school in the Bay District was represented on the field —Venice, Sawtelle, Inglewood, Beverly Hills, El Segundo, Harvard Military Academy and Santa Monica. Registration is still going strong, and several x&gt;f the candidates for the squad are held up pending completion of their programs. With some of the outstanding players coming from the above schools, and the coaching experience of the Jaysee coaching staff, there ought to be some good competition for the Southern Conference favorites this fall. The practice last night was only a light workout, and the fellows were eager for more when the final call for showers was sent out.
New Librarian [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 4 September 1930
New Librarian Miss Elizabeth E. Tuck, who has exchanged with Miss Hacker as librarian of the Santa Monica High School and Junior College library, hails from Haverhill, Massachusetts, where she worked in the Haverhill High School library. Miss Tuck also worked in the Haverhill Public Library for some time. The new librarian received her training at Simmon's College and Columbia University, New York. She is a graduate of Wellesly College. With a new assistant librarian as well, Miss Tuck has uqite a difficult task in establishing herself at this institution.
Landmark Removed [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 4 September 1930
Landmark Removed The old part-time school building which occupied the central part of the Jaysee yard and divided the athletic field in two was removed during the past summer. The field is now free of all obstructions, from one end to the other. Badges with instructors' names will be used to identify faculty members at a reception Friday.
Coach Claims Work And Football Possible [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 4 September 1930
Coach Claims Work And Football Possible Coach Floyd Mishler has made it quite plain that it was possible to work part time and play football. There are several fellows who have been holding back because they feel it their duty to help with the family budget. That is a noble spirit, but Coach Mishler has made contacts with several merchants in town and with the service clubs about work for the college students. His requests have been met with instant approval and hearty co-operation can be expected from the merchants. If the fellows can possibly make the program out so as to include football and work, it will be possible to achieve success in both. Every fellow with any football talent at all should come out, and he can count on the hearty co-operation of the coach. There is some equipment left, and more is expected to fulfill the requirements. With the first formal practice of the coming football season held Wednesday night, half of the candidates appeared in uniform. Many of the st...
Math Texts Ordered [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 4 September 1930
Math Texts Ordered The attention of all students taking mathematics is called to the fact that textbooks for all courses have been ordered through the stud Ait bookstore, and the instructor urgently requests that all books be purchased through this plan. The fact that the latest editions of the textbooks will be required in the mathematics courses discourages the students from getting old editions from outside bookstores. The prices of the textbooks are standardized so that no saving will be realized by outside purchases. The mathematics notebooks can also be obtained through the student bookstore and Mr. Osterholt states that all students should get them immediately so that all lectures will be accounted for.
Notice [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 4 September 1930
Notice A meeting of the Right Wing will be held at the lunch period Friday, in room 14. It is very important that every member be present, as important business is to be consummated. Mr. Osterholt will also present the plans for the semester. The meeting will begin promptly at 12 o'clock sharp.