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Plans Underway For Reformation Of Spanish Club [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 1 October 1930
Plans Underway For Reformation Of Spanish Club A select group of students comprising the Spanish 111 class devoted their regular Friday meeting to planning the reformation of the Spanish club, which ceased to function as such last year. Mrs. Henrietta Cejudo presided at the meeting. The topic of the occasion was the pertinent question of what aims a Spanish club should have, its purposes, and what place it should fill in junior college life." A committee was chosen to consider and plan the revision of the old constitution. It has been decided that the club will meet on the second and fourth Wednesdays of the month hereafter. The vice-president and the secre-tary-treasurer of the former club were present at the meeting.
Monday Deadline For Club Budgets [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 1 October 1930
Monday Deadline For Club Budgets Next Monday will be the deadline for all club budgets. Forms may be had by asking Stan Fish, commissioner of finance. The papers must be typed, signed by the student head of the organization and the faculty adviser, and made out in triplicate. The organization which fails to have its budget in by Monday will not receive any money from the A. S. B. for during the coming term.
Library Divided [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 1 October 1930
Library Divided It was stated by Dr. Bush that he believed the new seating arrangement in the library, whereby the Junior College students have the south section for study purposes, and the high school the northern half, would work out very satisfactorily, and be more agreeable to both student bodies.
Permanent Club Calendar [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 1 October 1930
Permanent Club Calendar CLUB REGULAR MEETING TIME PLACE PRESIDENT Athenaeum first.and third third period Room 11 John Reynolds Thursday A. W. S. first and third third period Room 11 Margaret Johnson Tuesday Cosmopolitan first and third 7:30 p. m. Eric Moore Wednesday German second and fourth 7:30 p. m. Arthur Redden Wednesday Lettermen every Thursday "x" period Field house Bill Athey Y. W. C. A. Cabinet first and 3:35 Room 11 Ruth Hunt third Monday Regular meeting 7:30 p. m. "Y" house, second and fourth Monday Y. M. C. A. Cabinet first and 3:35 Room 12 Ted Gross third Monday Regular meeting 7:30 p. m. 211 Bdway second and fourth Monday \\ A. A. Belle Waltz (J] ee Howard Andrews Engineering
TARGET PRACTICE [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 1 October 1930
TARGET PRACTICE From the general attitude crowd at the Compton game Saturday, one would think the Corsairs had made a very poor showing. Before we draw a hasty conclusion as to the merits of the team, let's contrast the Tartars with the Corsairs. A larger squad, huge weight advantage, more experienced men, and better material tells the story of Compton's victory. We are not trying to alibi our defeat, but merely attempting to show that too much should not be expected from the team in its first year. Our Corsairs may not have the class of other jaysee teams, but they can match any of them in fight and determination. The Compton boys shell-laced us, but they knew they had been in a football game. During the half, one of the Compton boys gave the crowd a classy exhibition of punting. Time and again the ball was sent spiraling down the field sixty yards or more. The question is, could this be done in a game? • The team took a beating Saturday, but they went down fighting. They gave all ...
MICHEL PLANS YELL ORGANIZATION Well Organized Rooting Section Leads JC. Yells [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 1 October 1930
MICHEL PLANS YELL ORGANIZATION Well Organized Rooting Section Leads JC. Yells Frank Michel has conceived the idea of a Rooting Club for Santa Monica Junior College. A group of wide-awake students who can be at every game and who are not afraid to exercise their vocal cords. It is an organization such as this that Frank wishes to band together into a rooting section. It is true that a small well-organized rooting section functions better than a large loosely-organized one. With this in mind, our Jaysee Yell King proposes to form a rooting club which will become an asset to the college. Further details concerning the formation of this club will be posted on the bulletin board. Frank states that transportation to games away from home will be furnished to members of this club.
Peppy W. A. A. Skit Planned Thursday [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 1 October 1930
Peppy W. A. A. Skit Planned Thursday Woman interested in outside sports met last Thursday during the x period for the first time this semester. Most of the final arrangements for the W. A. A. sport season have been made. More women appeared for tennis than for clogging or swimming, though not nearly as many women appeared as had signed up. All women who want athletic awards are urged to report every Thursday throughout the semester, for roll will be checked accorately, and only those reporting steadily will be eligible for an award. A very peppy assembly is planned for Thursday, third period. All women interested in the various sports should make it a point to be present. A very clever skit is being planned. Miss Frances Burpee, 'of the High School physical education department, is assisting Miss Carroll in sponsoring the W. A. A. this year, so any woman wanting information regarding any phase of the W. A. A. may sec Miss Burpee as well as Miss Carroll or any member of the cabinet. ...
Latest Gossip From Jaysee Grid Camps [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 1 October 1930
Latest Gossip From Jaysee Grid Camps Sacramento Junior College has games scheduled with University of California freshmen, Stanford frosh, Santa Clara frosh, St. Ignatius frosh, and Oregon Normal College, to be played at Portland. Many of the games played at Sacramento are to be staged at night, under the flood-lights. San Mateo Junior College had a record turnout of sixty men for football. Los Angeles Junior College is looking forward to a successful year with more than one hundred reporting for football practice. Twenty lettermen are back. Five lettermen are returning to the ranks of the Long Beach Junior College football team. Sixteen are reporting daily for football at Santa Maria Jaysee. Santa Ana Junior College won the Southern California jaysee conference title last year, and are favored to repeat, with a large squad reporting and with several lettermen back.
Corsairs Defeated As Compton Backs Flash Aerial Attack [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 1 October 1930
Corsairs Defeated As Compton Backs Flash Aerial Attack Last Saturday the Corsairs were defeated in their first practice game with the strong Compton Junior College eleven. The Tartars presented a strong offensive team, and lead by the flashy Canfield, they piled up a 32-0 score. Gil Rankin played a bang-up game for the Corsairs. He was in every play that came near his pivot position, time and again smearing the Tartars in their tracks. Enrico also played a whale of a defensive game, and Delp got off several nice punts. Captain Wally Hickman instilled the usual fight into his team mates. Santa Monica's weakest point still seems to be on defense against passes. Time and again there were two men free for the sharp-shooting Canfield to pass to. Coach Floyd Mishler will probably remedy this before his Orange-and-Gray team travels to Santa Barbara Saturday where they will meet the Santa Barbara State Teachers College frosh. Compton Scores Easily Ccuupton's first score came early in the op...
Casaba Artists Start Training [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 1 October 1930
Casaba Artists Start Training Basketball practice will start next week under the direction of Coach J. E. Dulin. Those interested*are signing up at the men's field house. Coach Dulin states that the purpose of starting basketball so early is to check on material available for the coming season. Basket shooting, pivoting, dribbling, and general fundamental work will be in order. Practice will be on Monday and Wednesday from 3:45 to 6:00 p. m. "All those ctot out for football should come out for basketball," states Coach Dulin.
Managers Needed For Basketball, Track, Etc. [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 1 October 1930
Managers Needed For Basketball, Track, Etc. Frank Watson, commissioner of athletics, announces that application for manager and assistant manager should be made immediately. The following sports need managers: .cross country, varsity track, basketball, and swimming. The manager is an important any athletic team and is rewarded by a letter. Only sophomores can qualify for head manager, but frosh are invited to try for assistant positions, as they will then have an opportunity of being promoted to the managership in their sophomore year. Hand your applications to Frank immediately, for any of the above-mentioned sports.
H. L. Bauer Passes Buck to Faculty Members [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 1 October 1930
H. L. Bauer Passes Buck to Faculty Members The first buck-of the season was obtained by H. L. Bauer, a new member of the Junior College faculty. That it was a deer and not a stray cow or burrow will be testified to by several of the faculty connoisseurs who sampled the evidence. The scene of Mr. Bauer's Nimrodean proclivities was in the High Sierras, where he and Mrs. Bauer spent the weekend.
Bill of One-Act Plays Planned By Atheneans [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 8 October 1930
Bill of One-Act Plays Planned By Atheneans "Thursday Evening" is the title of the first play scheduled for Athenaeum production. The play was chosen at a general meeting and tryouts held directly after. Many talented thespians vied for the limited number of parts, so many in fact, that the directorate decided to present a full bill of plays, the second of which will be "White Elephants." At present the plays are only scheduled for club audition; the club is, however, discussing the possibilities of a public presentation. The dramatic section plans for the year promise a number of these one-act plays, as well as a number of dramatic readings. Members of the club will direct the plays, subject to the dictates of the faculty critic. The cast for "Thursday Evening" is as follows: Gordon HOWARD ANCHENIS Laura Miss SHIRLEY MARTIN Mrs. Sheffield Miss MARY CARNES Mrs. Johns Miss HELEN STELZRIEDE The other play to be presented is under the direction of Larry Magee, and is called "White Eleph...
P. G. Kepner Coaches High School Comedy [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 8 October 1930
P. G. Kepner Coaches High School Comedy Mr. Paul Kepner, Junior College English instructor and co-advisor with Mr. Walter Wallbank of the Athenaeum Club, has taken over the direction of "Who's Boss," by Toler, which is to be tjie senior play of the High School, presented November 22-23. Tryouts were held Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday of the past week, and parts were assigned Friday to a tense group of young actors. ''Who's Boss" is a play of great dramatic and comic worth, and the student-actors are working diligently to make it a success.
Faculty Library To Include Many Interesting Books [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 8 October 1930
Faculty Library To Include Many Interesting Books Interesting plans have been made for the Junior College and High School faculty reading club. Each member has purchased a book to lend to the rest of the club. Many delightful copies have been ordered, some of which arrived at the library this week. Among the selected books are: "A Son of China," T. Chang; "Angel Pavement," J. B. Priestly; "Twenty-four Hours," Bromfield; "Last Home of Mystery," Powell; "Young Man of Manhattan," Brush; " Laughing Boy," La Farge; "My Best Story," an athology; "Castle Gay," Buchan; "The Edwardians," Sackvijle; "The Selbys," Green; "The Hidden City," Gidds; "A Note in Music," Lehmann; " Mr. Chances," Gibbs; "Good Companions," Priestly; "Cultivating a Personality," Walsh; " Bismarck," Ludwig; "Green Pastures," Conneley; "Gallows Orchard," Spencer; "A Lantern in Her Hand," Aldrich.
Students Attend Y. M. Conference [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 8 October 1930
Students Attend Y. M. Conference The annual Camp Bethel conference for the Y. M. C. A. was held last Saturday and Sunday, September 27 and 28. A great time was had by those attending, in spite of all the long speeches and open forums. Those students attending the camp from Santa Monica Junior College were: James Davis, Perry Meyers, Glynn Reineman, Bernard Rogers, Mr. Phipps, and Mr. Glenn Hovey.