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Women Students Hold Impressive Installation Ritual [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 17 September 1930
Women Students Hold Impressive Installation Ritual The installation ceremony of the Associated Women Students was held yesterday, September 16, in the Recital Hall. The ceremony, which was done entirely by candle-light, was a very impressive one. The retiring officers extinguished their candles as the incoming ones lighted theirs. Immediately preceding the service Miss Dorothy Monroe played a violin solo. After the installation Margaret Johnson, the president, briefly outlined the plans for the new year and welcomed all of the girls to the organization. The officers for this year are: Margaret Johnson, president; Regina Bender, vicepresident; Myrtle Fletcher, secretary, and Betty Livingston, treasurer. The retiring cabinet officers are: Lucile Williams, president; Marie' Karl, vice-president; Lois Smith, secretary, and Myrtle Fletcher, treasurer. Last year the organization had only one chairman, and that was the social welfare chairman, Ruth Gaalkin, but this year there will be a so...
Cosmopolitan Club Holds First Session [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 17 September 1930
Cosmopolitan Club Holds First Session Convening for the first session of the year, the Cosmopolitan Club meets tonight at Mrs. Cejudo's home, located at 1915 Sixth Street, Santa Monica. The meeting will be called for 7:30. All students eligible to membership are invited to attend, and to become regular members. Organizing the Club for the following year will be the major work of the meeting, which will be of an informal nature. The Cosmopolitan Club is not an infant organization; it has had a year of experience behind it. It is a social organization, having as its objective the fostering of a spirit of friendliness among the students of immediate foreign extraction. Only one requirement must be observed: to be eligible one must either speak a foreign language in his home, or must have been born outside of the United States. All old members are requested to attend the meeting, and those new students who are eligible to membership are also urged to come.
Athenaeum Club Invited to Appear In "The Poor Nut" [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 17 September 1930
Athenaeum Club Invited to Appear In "The Poor Nut" The high light of the initial meeting of the Athenaeum Club appeared in the form of an invitation to "members of the organization to "break into the footlights" as support to Mr. Elliot Nugent in the cast of "The Poor Nut," a hilarious comedy which is appearing at the El Capitan theater in Hollywood. The invitation was extended through Mr. Kepner. Mr. Wallbank gave a short talk on the aims of the club, for the fibenet of the new members, and set 3:15 p. m., Wednes- day, as the time and date for a special meeting of the-debate section of the club. The scheduled discussion of "The Most Interesting Talkie of the Season," which had been originally planned for this meeting, was held over until next meeting, in order that the members who wished might hear Mr. Geoffry- Morgan's lecture in the main auditorium.
Y. W. C. A. Convenes; Future Plans Outlined [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 17 September 1930
Y. W. C. A. Convenes; Future Plans Outlined The Y. W. C. A. held its first meeting of the new year, last Monday night, at the Y house. The business of the meeting was the installation of officers, which had been planned by. Betty Livingston and her committee. The whole service was very impressive, and the plans for the future were outlined for the group. The girls hope to make this year a successful and beneficial year, and all of the girls who did not come to the first meeting, but who would like to join the Y, are invited to the next meeting, which will take place September 29. The new officers are: Ruth Hunt, president; Betty Livingston, vice-president; Adele Winn, secretary; Rae Booth, treasurer. There are variotis chairmen to be selected, and of these all but two have already been Those who have been selected for the different divisions of the work are: Dorothy Murray, Helen Stelzriede, Lucile Williams and Betty Livingston.
Chemistry Dept. Adds Equipment [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 17 September 1930
Chemistry Dept. Adds Equipment Due to the unexpectedly large enrollment in the chemistry classes, the present paraphernalia of the science department has proved inadequate, * and additional scientific apparatus is being purchased in order to meet the demand for equipment. Among the instruments to be added to the chemistry laboratory is a hydrogen sulphide generator, which will soon be ready to cast its odor throughout the science building. In comparison to last year's enrollment, requiring only one. class, the chemistry classes appear the most popular of the science courses, with two Chemistry A and one Chemistry 1 class. Over seventy students are enrolled. If next year's enrollment increases in proportion to this one, the Junior College will undoubtedly have to find new quarters in which to house the influx of students.
Letterman's Group Formulate Rules [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 17 September 1930
Letterman's Group Formulate Rules At the first meeting of the Letterman's Club, held Thursday, an election was held, and Coach Mishler was chosen as faculty adviser. Mr. Osterholt, who served in this capacity last year, was made an honorary member. Among the other developments of the meeting was the choosing of a rules committee to draft a set of rules and regulations for the guidance of tbe freshmen in their proper behavior toward their college and upper classmen. Larry Magee, Art Redden and Stanley make up this committee.
Assistant Wanted [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 17 September 1930
Assistant Wanted Stanley Fish is offering any interested student an opportunity to learn the principles of finance. Stanley, commissioner of finance, is looking for an assistant who, after becoming acquainted with that particular business, could eventually step into his office, after elections, and properly fill that position without any confusion. Anyone with an ambitious eye on that office would do well to get in touch with Stanley Fish.
German Club Underway [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 17 September 1930
German Club Underway Herr Franz Michel, president of Der Gesselighkeitsverein, the Santa Monica Junior College German Club, invites all German students to attend the first meeting of the club this semester,, to be held in room fourteen, Thursday, September 18, during the third period. It is the purpose of this club to further the interest in the Teutonic language and literature. At Thursday's meeting plans for the coming year are to be discussed, and an election of officers will be held. All new German students are urged to attend. Several members of the Athenaeum Club appeared in the cast of "The Poor Nut" at the El Capitan last Saturday.
EXCHANGES [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 17 September 1930
EXCHANGES The addition of 500 new books to the Los Angeles Junior College library has raised the t-otal number to 4500. Th§ new volumes include English, art, history, and journalism.— Junior Collegian. A gala affair was staged in front of the Los Angeles Junior College campus as the Alphas underwent their punishment administered by the upperclassmen. —Junior Collegian. The Sacramento Junior College will | initiate the following new courses: art, music, and dramatics. A capella choir will also be organized, to be known as music 19.- —Pony Express. The Sacramento Lions' Club have recently awarded to students of the S. J. C., ten scholarships on the basis of scholarship, leadership, character and physical vigor. Five scholarships will consist of 3100 each, to be awarded to residents of Sacramento, and the remaining five, to nonresidents. 3400 each, due to the heavier expense of the non-residents. —Pony Express. San Mateo Junior College has undertaken the publication of California's fir...
CORSAIRS MEET BRUIN FROSH [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 17 September 1930
CORSAIRS MEET BRUIN FROSH Additional Material Strengthens Corsair Varsity Gridiron Machine With the addition of several new players, the S. M. J. C. varsity is beginning to look like a real football team. Coach Floyd Mishler has been drilling his cohorts in fundamentals, with a snappy scrimmage to top off the practice. A total of thirty-two are now reporting daily, and every one of them seems to have his mind set on a first-string berth. There seems to be plenty of beef and some speed. The backfield is an ideal one to put into' execution Coach Mishler's intricate reverses and spin plays. This system depends a great deal on deception and lots of speed is essential to proper execution. Mishler's backfield seems to have the necessary speed, and, with a heavy forward wall to protect it, the backfield should function to perfection. Friday, Coaclr will take his fighting Corsairs over to Westwood to engage the U. C. L. A. frosh in a practice scrimmage. Coach Mishler asks that the students ...
TARGET PRACTICE [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 17 September 1930
TARGET PRACTICE It is indeed gratifying to know that Dr. Bush and the faculty are behind the team. The spirit shown by them in the assembly last week was great. Frank Michel seemed to find it difficult to pound the new yell into the freshies' heads, in the assembly. Speaking of yell leaders, we have plenty of that sort of talent in S. M. J. C. Hial King, former yell king of Samohi, is now a member of S. M. J. C. Frank and Hial ought to make a great team \}f yell leaders. Both are popular and "have a way" with the student body. And still no "dinks." In last week's Samojac appeared a hint that "dinks" were required to be worn by the frosh. The results were very discouraging. Let's look at it from another angle. Besides being a requirement, wearing the orange and gray shows good school spirit. Frosh, you should be proud to wear your school's colors. And it's a good way to distinguish yourself from high school students. The fact that the Junior College is in the high sclfbol building ca...
W. A. A. Officers Installation Held [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 17 September 1930
W. A. A. Officers Installation Held The installation of the W. A. A. officers was held yesterday, during the third period. The following are the old and new officers: Helen Stelzriede, past president, installed Belle Waltz, new president; Arline Mcßride turned over her office as vice-president to Adele Winn; Regina Bender, former secretary, to Alice Magee; and Belle Waltz, recording secretary, to Helen Stelzriede. Many important ideas were discussed, one of the main ones being that of a basketball team. It was suggested that all women interested in basketball see Miss Carroll or Miss Belle Waltz as soon as possible and come out to all practices, which will probably be during the seventh period on Tuesdays and Thursdays. There will soon be a playday, and the W. A. A. is planning on having some excellent teams. Tennis will be another one of the sports that the women interested in should practice.
Corsair Huntsmen Will Ride Friday [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 17 September 1930
Corsair Huntsmen Will Ride Friday "Scotty Sterling announces a treasurehunt for Friday, September 19. The huntsmen will start from the Hottentot Riding Academy, and the course will include some of the canyons and draws in the vicinity of Las Pulgas Canyon. This will be the first of a series of hunts to be given this year. The object of these trips is to develop an interest in horsemanship among the college students. Several hunts were given last year. Junior College lockers are now being assigned. See Miss Young.
Bruin Frosh Grid Material Proves Good [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 17 September 1930
Bruin Frosh Grid Material Proves Good University of California at Los Angeles are indeed fortunate. They have received some of the greatest high school griditon stars of the Southland. They seem to have taken the lion's share of this year's high school athletic crop. Included in the ranks of the U. C. L. A. freshmen are allconference stars from nearly every league in the State. From Santa Monica comes King Lanham, 1929 captain at Samohi. Lewis Whittier, Burt Monesmith, and Wesley Kasl. These four lads should be heard from, and are looked upon as potential varsity men. The Bruin frosh will play a five-game schedule this year, and include the Stanford freshmen and the Southern California freshmen among their opponents. These two games will be tough ones, and should rival the varsity "big game" of the year. Bill Spaulding is looking to the future, when the present crop of freshmen become varsity material. It is indeed something to look forward to.
F. E. Mishler Gives Rules For Gridmen [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 17 September 1930
F. E. Mishler Gives Rules For Gridmen The following training jjules have been prescribed by Coach Mishler for S. M. J. C. athletes: I. EATING: 1. Regular hours for meals; three meals a day. 2. No eating between meals. (This covers soft drinks, ice cream, candy, fruits, etc.) 3. Plain foods meats, vegetables, fruits, brown bread. 4. Drink plenty of water between meals, but none between practice and dinner. 5. Make the evening meal the important one. Eat no pie, cake or pastry. 6. Abstain from tea, coffee, tobacco, liquors. 11. SLEEPING: 1. Regular hours. 2. Nine hours each night. Retire at 10 p. m.; 9 p. m. the day before a game; 11 p. m. after a game. 3. Spend your spare time in wholesome surroundings.
LETTERMEN ISSUE "FROSH" EDICT [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 24 September 1930
LETTERMEN ISSUE "FROSH" EDICT Various Junior College Clubs Join in Sponsoring Second Freshmen "Get-together" The social program for the year started with a bang, Friday night, when the upperclassmen and the faculty welcomed the freshman students at a reception held in the gymnasium. At the stroke of eight a lifeless building was quickly turned into a veritable fun-palace, as couples "filed through the door to be quickly enveloped in flip «nirir nf rhp rlanr** were nonplussed for a moment as they saw the Edict staring at them from within the covers of the dance program. Take Notice, Lowly Frosh "The austere and mighty body of Sophomores hereby issues the following rules to guide the conduct of the Freshmen of the Santa Monica Junior College: "Woe and remorse will come to the frosh who do not comply strictly with this edict. "1. The following rules will be in force from Monday, September 22, until Thanksgiving recess, 1930. "2. All freshmen must wear the frosh "Dinkies" during college...
Assignments for Year Book Will Be Issued Soon [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 24 September 1930
Assignments for Year Book Will Be Issued Soon The first meeting of candidates for positions on the yearbook will meet tomorrow at a session to be presided over by Mr. E. R. Coulson and Art Redden. The complete staff for the publication has as yet not been selected, but will probably be announced next week. Extensive work has already begun in some departments, with heavy assignments in all departments promised by next week. The design for the cover is beir*g worked out now by staff artists, but a lack of artistic candidates necessitates a call for more help in this department. This year's theme will probably be selected soon. This theme is to be carried out in all illustrations, and all backgrounds for photographs. Pictures for last year's activities are already in the files of the yearbook, so a comprehensive history of the school's first year will be included with the photographs of this year's activities. Persons interested in woiking on the publication who have as yet not signifi...