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Dr. Robert Sproul Will Speak at J. C. Conference [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 8 October 1930
Dr. Robert Sproul Will Speak at J. C. Conference The Southern California Association of Junior Colleges will meet on the first day of November for its regular fall meeting. It is expected that the new president of the University of California, Dr. Robert Sproul, will be the guest speaker. Tomorrow the Southern California Junior College administrators will meet in Fullerton. Problems of junior college administration will be discussed at this meeting.
Banquet Scheduled For Cosmopolitan Banquet [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 8 October 1930
Banquet Scheduled For Cosmopolitan Banquet Bernard Rogers, program chairman of the Cosmopolitan Club, announced at a special meeting that plans are nearly completed for the banquet, which will be held on October IS. This colorful event will mark the first anniversary of one of the earliest organized groups in the Jaysee. Mable Millikan spent the week-end with a friend in Whittier.
College Year Book Contest Will Close Friday Afternoon [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 8 October 1930
College Year Book Contest Will Close Friday Afternoon The yearbook name contest is nearing its close. So far about fifteen suggestions have been offered. The contest will close Friday afternoon at four sharp, all names offered after that time will be disregarded. The rules of the contest are few. All members of the Junior College Student Body are eligible to enter. Any number of suggestions may be entered by any one student. In case the card bearing the winning name bears no clue as to its entrant's identity, no award will be made, or, if the winning name is proposed by any member of the yearbook staff, no award will be made. Deposit all suggestions in Name Contest box, now on the table in the outer office.
Stanford Publishes New J. C. Magazine [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 8 October 1930
Stanford Publishes New J. C. Magazine The first edition of the Junior College Journal appeared this month. The magazine contains about fifty pages, and is published under the joint editorial auspices of the American association of Junior Colleges and the School of Education of Stanford University. This Journal is published monthly from October to June, inclusive, by Stanford University Press. The subscription price is #3 a year, or thirty-five cents a copy. Walter Crosby Eells, Stanford Univer sity, is editor-in-chief of this new journal Associate editor, Doak S. Campbell Peabody College, Nashville, Tennessee. A large variety of subjects are dealt with, including curricular changes, problems of administration, and a variety of live issues which are presented to the reader of the Junior College Journal.
Howard Andrews Conducts Combined J. C. Glee Club [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 8 October 1930
Howard Andrews Conducts Combined J. C. Glee Club Proving themselves to be proper and dignified college students, the members of the combined glee clubs conducted themselves for the entire period without the aid of their director. When Mrs. Williams failed to appear at the beginning of the hour, Howard Andrews proceeded to pass out the music and conduct the chorus after the manner of a professional, with the aid of a little sisterly advice.
Administrators Meet To Discuss Timely Topics [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 8 October 1930
Administrators Meet To Discuss Timely Topics Many important questions regarding Southern California junior colleges are scheduled for discussion at Fullerton next Thursday afternoon, when the Administrative Section of the Southern California Conference of Junior Colleges will hold a special meeting. Among the items will be a report from the State Committe on Athletics, which will concern the playoff of state conference games. The question of eligibility for these and other conference games will be taken up also, which will include a discussion of the minimum number of units that a player may carry and still remain eligible, and also the number of semesters that he may remain eligible. It is alleged that certain junior colleges have violated the conference code in the past. The matter of penalizing these violaters will be attended to in this meeting. Although this is a regular, formal meeting, the questions to be discussed will be handled informally, Dr. R. H. Bush states. The Confer...
Tu Pence Per Hop Plan For Thursday [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 8 October 1930
Tu Pence Per Hop Plan For Thursday The tuppenny hops, which met with great favor last semester, are to' be a monthly feature this year. The first of these informal get-togethers will take place in the girls' gymnasium Thursday, October 9, during the "x" period. Music will be given by members of the Junior College, and dancing will begin at 11:50.
Calendar [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 8 October 1930
Calendar Oct. B—Cosmopolitan8—Cosmopolitan Club, 7:00 p. m., 1915 Sixth Street, S. M. A. W. S. reception, 3:35. Greek Theater. Oct. 9 —Dance, "x" period; in Girls' Gymansium. Lettermen, "x" period. W. A. A. assembly, 10:00 o'clock, room 11. Yearbook candidates, third period, room 12. Oct. 10 —Y. M. social program, 8:00 o'clock; 211 Broadway. Oct. 13— Y. M.; 7:30 p. m.; 211 Broadway. Y. W., 7:30 p. m.; 133 Ocean Avenue, S. M. Oct. 14 —Athenaeum Club, third period, room 11.
THE SAMOJAC [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 8 October 1930
THE SAMOJAC Published every Wednesday during the college year by Santa Monica Junior College, Santa Monica, California. Subscription 31-00 per year. "Application for entry as second-class matter is pending." STAFF JOHN REYNOLDS . Editor WALTER GUSHMAN Associate Editor FRED SALTER Sports Editor E. R. COULSON Faculty Adviser Departmental Writers Margaret Johnson Literary Alice Willers ) Dorothy Murray Calendar Lucille Williams [ Clubs Lea Rae Johnson ") Bud Henn ) Hurbert Saunders Ruth Hunt | c • , Eric Moore I x, Adele Winn f ocle Ted Gross ' * cws Helen Stelzreide, Yvonne Johns I c t Frank Watson Glynn Reineman, Ray Davis )"" '" 1 or s Charles Moore J Art Redden Comment MEMBER OF
Organized Rooting [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 8 October 1930
Organized Rooting Football season is advancing; the long gruelling weeks of practice have culminated in competitive play on the gridiron. Then come more weeks of practice, and more games, too. The men on the practice field are working with slavish enthusiasm to bring victory home to Santa Monica Junior College this year —its initial venture in football. A great deal of the success of future years depends upon the team's showing this season. Coach Floyd E. Mishler ijjfcgiving freely from his vast experience, and putting his time in with unabated desire to develop a creditable team. The boys are working hard. There we have two important elements of success. The third is also essential. It is undeniable that men can reach greater heights when they are surrounded by encouraging friends. It is the duty of the student body to turn out en masse and cheer. But it is not a haphazard, wildly-shrieking mass that constitutes this third element; truly enough, at the proper time it has its merit....
On Finding an Honest Man [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 8 October 1930
On Finding an Honest Man Diogenes, a Greek philosopher living from the year 412 to 323 B. C., is known as one of the world's greatest cynics, having given up all his worldly belongings except a cloak, a purse and a wooden bowl. One day, however, Diogenes saw a boy drink from the hollow of his hand, whereupon he immediately threw away his bowl. This incident might be applied to some people today; not that I would advise them to give up their own belongings, but at least those of other people. Perhaps it would be worth while and most delightful and unusual experience to become cynical for, say, about a week. Ah, what treasures might be found. Now we might even go a step further and provide ourselves with little lanterns. But why little lanterns? you may ask. Well, list a while as I continue my story. One day Diogenes, the aforementioned philosopher, was seen walking through the streets of Athens with a lantern in broad daylight. On being asked what he was looking for, he replied, "I a...
Official Bulletin [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 8 October 1930
Official Bulletin The official announcement for October 6 carried the following information: "Telephonic messages cannot be received by the office to be transmitted to the student. "Information will not be given by"the office to anyone, as to the program of any individual student.
CAMPUS COMMENT [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 8 October 1930
CAMPUS COMMENT It's a wonder that when Mishler's minions get on the field to play, they aren't discouraged by the size of the gridiron. After practicing all week on the peewee field, running up and down hill, they have a mental aspect far from satisfactory when faced by the full-length field. The College expects a winning team, and yet they won't get behind and support. At the Compton game there was a large, unorganized crowd; but at last Saturday's game there was a large area of empty bleachers. The team won't fall down on the job, but the students behind the team seem to be doing just that. They are so far behind that they will find out last week's score some time around Christmas. Clubs are the center of all college activities. There is room for more on the Corsair campus, and it is up to someone to start them. A French organization is one of the badly needed clubs, and many others in various departments would be welcome. In order to have a successful yearbook it is necessary tha...
SOCIETY [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 8 October 1930
SOCIETY Ed Villarreal ornamented a dance last Thursday night, given in Los Angeles. Regina Bender traveled far and away to Lancaster, Sunday, to visit her sister who is teaching school there. Myrtle Fletcher was busily engaged in the last week-end, with the Scotch art of selling tlje holes in holeless doughnuts. Roxine Waltz found that she couldn't resist the urge to try out her new little bow and arrow she just bought, so she and her family decided to do a Robin Hood stunt and beat it up to the High Sierras and hunt wild beasts —namely, deer. Roxine reports that she had a perfectly killing time, but she -used her bow for a cane mostly. Last week Helen Stelzriede was driving along peacably on Main Street at a low rate of speed when an intoxicated driver suddenly appeared from nowhere in particular and side-swiped her —the car, rather. A smashed fender and front hub cap were- found to be the only known damage among the wreckage. The man is still wandering around at large, and Helen •...
Jaysee Songsters Contribute Many College Hymns [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 8 October 1930
Jaysee Songsters Contribute Many College Hymns Various members of the Men's and Women's Glee Clubs have answered the clarion call which the student body has so loudly raised for college songs. The result has been a production of songs and hymns praising the Alma Mater, some of which are printed herewith. According to Mrs. Williams, faculty sponsor for the two organizations, these are the result of the clubs' first project. Rather quick work for clubs that have only been in existence a few weeks. Much is evidently to be expected from them in the future. S. M. J. C. HYMN S. M. J. C., we pledge to thee, our Alma Mater, Our loyalty and praises bring. Hall to Thee! We love your flying colors, Majestic cloisters our loyalty we pledge To Thee, J. C. S. M. J. C., we pledge to Thee, our Alma Mater, Our loyalty and praises bring, Hail to Thee! HAIL! ALL HAIL! Hail! all hail, S. M. J. C. Santa Monica, Alma Mater hail to Thee, Santa Monica. Love and loyalty we pledge To Thee, our cheerful colle...
B. R. Baumgardt ToGive Lecture Friday Evening [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 8 October 1930
B. R. Baumgardt ToGive Lecture Friday Evening "An Evening with the Stars" comes to us in lecture form by B. R. Baumgardt, nationally famous lecturer, who has talked before many of America's higher institutions of learning, learned societies, and clubs; the program is to be given in the Santa Monica High School auditorium, with the High School as the host and donator of the much-looked-forward-to-lecture. Everyone is invited to attend. The lecture starts promptly at 8:15 on Friday evening, October 10. Junior College students should find a great deal of entertainment and a profundity of knowledge in "An Evening with the Stars." The lecture will ,be accompanied with a liberal number of illustrations, pictures taken through several of the world's lar.gest telescopes. The celestial bodies will be demonstrated in unusuallv tine close-ups. Mr. B. R. Baumgardt has a splendid reputation as a lecturer which he earned on both the platform and in actual research. After his lecture at the Univer...
Spanish Club Meets; Constitution Revised, And Officers Chosen [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 8 October 1930
Spanish Club Meets; Constitution Revised, And Officers Chosen The Spanish Club was organized Friday, during the sixth period. The constitution of last year was revised and accepted. The new name, Los Hidalgos, was chosen, and the election of officers took place. The new officers are: Allan Freeman, president; Virginia Cargill, vice-president; Evelyn Clemens, secretary-treasurer; and Adele Winn, publicity manager. The meeting was turned over to the new president, and it was decided that a committee composed of Morse Little, Margaret Johnson and Evelyn Clemens would meet, and, using a piece of Spanish music, compose words which would be appropriate for the Club. The installation of officers will be held October 24 at the home of Mrs. Cejudo, where the use of Spanish throughout the entire evening will be enforced. All the J. C. students who have had three years of Spanish in high school are invited to join this Club.
Y .W. C. A. Chooses Interest Groups [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 8 October 1930
Y .W. C. A. Chooses Interest Groups The Y. W. C. A. has chosen the interest groups for the next semester, and all of the girls should find interest in at least one of them. The chairmen are elected and at work, planning the material to be discussed. The charm group is to be led by Betty Livingston, literature by Lucile Williams, campus problems by Mildred Hudson, and handicraft by Alice Lloyd. The recreation groups are to meet outside of the regular Y meeting nights, and these are managed by Arline Mcßride, Ruth Hunt, and Helen Stelzriede. The regular meeting of the Y. W. cabinet was held Monday, and final plans for the session on Monday evening were made. All of the girls of the student body are again invited to come to the meeting and find out for themselves what a beneficial and enjoyable time everyone has.
White Elephant Luncheon [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 8 October 1930
White Elephant Luncheon A white elephant luncheon was held at the home of Mrs. R. H. Bush for the wives of the faculty members last Wednesday afternoon. The feature of the luncheon was the exchange of white elephants. Faculty wives who attended were: Mrs. F. F. Martin, Mrs. W. F. Barnum, Mrs. E. C. Sandmeyer, Mrs. E. R. Coulson, Mrs. T. W. Wallbank, Mrs. J. E. Dulin, Mrs. C. F. Phipps, Mrs. H. L. Bauer, Mrs. C. G. Bradford, Mrs. VV'. R. B. Osterholt.