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Virginia Cargill Appointed New Debate Manager [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 8 October 1930
Virginia Cargill Appointed New Debate Manager Frosh debate squads of U. S. C. and U. C. L. A. will find themselves harrassed by the Corsair word-hurlers, if the plans of Mr. Walter Wallbank succeed. Mr. Wallbank announced Friday that he is corresponding with the two squads named, and endeavoring to arrange suitable dates for arguments. These will be considered as practice sessions, and will take place before the league disputes commence. The appointment of Virginia Cargil! as student debate manager was also announced Friday. Miss Cargill was former debate manager at the Venice High School. She also participated in three league debates while attending Venice. Former students of Venice volunteered the information that every time Miss Cargill debated the squad won. A number of talks have been prepared by the argus-eyed debate enthusiasts on the question, "Is American civilization materialistic?" Tomorrow in room 12, during the third period, orators will present their reasons in support...
Junior College Yells [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 8 October 1930
Junior College Yells Echo C-o-r-s-a-i-r-s Corsairs Corsairs Corsairs Skyrocket Sisssss - Boom Ah-h-h-h Corsairs! Rah! Locomotive S. M. J. C. rah! rah! rah! rah! S. M. J. C. rah! rah! rah! rah! S. M. J. C. rah! rah! rah! rah! S. M. J. C. rah! Team Fifteen Rah! rah! rah! rah! rah! Rah! rah! rah! rah! rah! Rah! rah! rah! rah! rah! Corsairs! Rah! Corsairs C-C-Cors A-A-Airs Cors-Airs Corsairs:
CORSAIRS DEFEAT TEACHERS [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 8 October 1930
CORSAIRS DEFEAT TEACHERS Santa Barbara Frosh Vanquished 7-0; Fox, Hickman Star in Initial Win Last Saturday saw the Santa Monica Corsairs win a tight game from the Santa Barbara State Teachers College frosh, 7 to 0. After both teams had battled on even terms for three periods, Santa Monica opened up with an aerial attack which saw two beautiful passes completed from Hickman to "Pop" O'Rourke. This put the ball in scoring territory, but Santa Barbara's defense proved strong enough to hold the Corsairs for four downs 011'" the one-yard line. The break finally came when fighting Gil Rankin broke through and recovered a blocked frosh punt. Two line plunges gained ten yards. On the next play Captain Wally Hickman skirted end behind perfect interference for the only touchdown of the game. Enrico kicked goal for the extra point, making the score 7-0. The Teachers came near scoring in the third period when an attempted field goal fell short by about five yards. It was a beautiful kick, and ...
First Conference Game Slated With Chaffee J. C. [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 8 October 1930
First Conference Game Slated With Chaffee J. C. Santa Monica Junior College will play its first conference game a week from this Saturday, on October 18. The Corsairs have as their first conference opponent Chaffee J. C., and although the Panthers dropped a practice game to Santa Ana J. C. last week, this is no indication of weakness, as Santa Ana was conference champion last year. Several of the varsity are planning to attend Chaffee's game with Compton J. C., scheduled for this Saturday. It is hoped that the team will get an idea of the Panthers' strength from this game.
TARGET PRACTICE " SPORT DJFFIT3 [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 8 October 1930
TARGET PRACTICE " SPORT DJFFIT3 By FRED SALTER The Corsairs received their first taste of victory, Saturday, when they defeated Santa Barbara State Teachers Frosh 7-0. It made the gang feel pretty good to be on the long end of the score, and will give them a world of confidence which was lacking before. The two teams were very evenly matched, and the issue was in doubt until the Corsairs scored late in the final quarter. Those who stayed away from the game missed a hard-fought and interesting battle between two teams of equal ability. Attendance Saturday was terrible. The small crowd present consisted chiefly of high school students, Junior College faculty, and a smattering of loyal Jaysee supporters. Someone hit the nail on the head when he made the remark that there were more gatemen than customers. All this leads up to the point that the team is not getting the support it deserves. Frank Michel tried to lead a few yells, but this proved to be a dismal flop. What few were present ...
Corsairs Prep For First League Game Saturday Week [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 8 October 1930
Corsairs Prep For First League Game Saturday Week The Corsairs get a well deserved rest this week, when they draw a bye, no game having been scheduled. Coach Floyd Mishler was greatly encouraged by the showing made Saturday. His plays worked to perfection; and pass defense, the team's weak point, was airtight. Not a single pass was completed against the Jaysee eleven. Mishler is pointing his team for Chaffey, the first conference game a week from Saturday. Several new plays will be given the team, and further work on pass defense will be in order the rest of this week. The Corsair eleven realizes that they are meeting a powerful foe in Chaffey. The Panthers are out for a conference championship this year, and are feared by every team in the league. Remembering the drubbing given them in basketball by Chaffey last year, the Corsairs are out for revenge, and a great game should result when these two rivals get together.
Talented Cast in Skit For W. A. A. Assembly [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 8 October 1930
Talented Cast in Skit For W. A. A. Assembly Skit! Rah! Rah! Rah! Skit! What skit? Why, the Women's Athletic Association skit, to be given Thursday, October 9, at the third period, in room 11. Would you like to hear the names of the cast? Basketball Manager JOY RUTHERFORD Clogging Manager THELMA FLETCHER Golf Manager MARY BRANTLEY Miniature Golf EVELYN MILLAR Riding Manager JANICE BELGARD Swimming Manager,...MILDRED MCCANCE Tennis Manager ARLINE MCBRIDE Lordly Sophomore ADELE WINN Dumb 1 Freshy LUCILE WILLIAMS Do you like this cast? Come out then, to this peppy assembly next Thursday. This skit is being given to further the interest in women's outside sports, and to inform you of the time, place, and the price of these various sports. All women students are invited to attend this first athletic assembly.
Lettermen Pick Emblem [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 8 October 1930
Lettermen Pick Emblem The S. M. J. C. lettermen's club has finally decided on an emblem for its organization. The emblem will be in the form of a watch fob shaped like a keystone, with a Corsair head and the letters "S. M. J. C." forming the main figure. Several psychology reference books have been received by the library, and are now shelved and ready for use.
Casaba Turnout Fair; Dulin Outlines Plans [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 8 October 1930
Casaba Turnout Fair; Dulin Outlines Plans Basketball started off with a bang Monday when Coach Dulin called to arms his basketball aspirants for the 1930-31 season. The turnout was fairly good when one considers the fact that most of the basketball material is busy with football and therefore unable to report. Coach Dulin briefly outlined plans for the coming seaso/i, and explained the work to be done. Practice will consist mostly of fundamental drill with frequent scrimmages. "Equipment plays an important part in the success of a team," stated Mr. Dulin. "Special care should be taken of the feet and ankles," he continued, "as a good basketball player must have good legs." Practice is scheduled for Monday and Wednesday afternoons from 3:45 to 6:00 p. nr:
Breakers Club Plunge Obtained for Swimmers [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 8 October 1930
Breakers Club Plunge Obtained for Swimmers It was announced yesterday by the commissioner of athletics, Frank Watson, that the swimming team will practice at the Breakers Club pool. A very nominal rate will be given those who turn out for swimming. Swimming prospects are bright, with several lettermen back. Among those returning are: Gross, Starr, Michel, Donatellis and Hial.
Jaysee Grid Results [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 8 October 1930
Jaysee Grid Results Compton Junior College held the strong Southern California freshmen to a scoreless tie in a preliminary game at the Coliseum Saturday. Quarterback Tom Yancey was the big noise for the Tartars. The strong U. C. L. A. frosh team upset the Pasadena Junior College 13 to 0, at Westwood, Saturday. Los Angeles Junior College scored a crushing victory over Lee Eisan's La Verne College varsity last Saturday. Taylor of the jaysee team was the big star of the game, scoring two touchdowns. Santa Ana Jaysee went down to a 20-0 defeat before its northern rival, Menlo J. C., Saturday, in a practice game played at Santa Ana. Springer starred for Menlo, scoring twice.
MUSICAL ASSEMBLY THURSDAY [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 15 October 1930
MUSICAL ASSEMBLY THURSDAY Young Men's and Young Women's Christian Associations To Sponsor First Program Assembly This Year In the auditorium the Y. M. C. A. and Y. W. C. A., acting as co-sponsors of a Junior College program, will entertain the student body at 9:45 o'clock Thursday, October 16, offering various musical selections with the aid of the Junior College Glee Clubs. During the last ten minutes of the assembly a skit will be put on to stir up some interest in the football game on Saturday with Chaffey. On the organ Perry Meyers will render a number of appropriate college songs as an opener on the program. Following the medley of college songs will be two selections by the Women's Glee Club. "Desert Love Song," by Spross, and "The Piper of Love," by Carew, are to be the two pieces interpreted by the group. "Sunset," by Buck, as given by Gilman Rankin, is followed on the program by Miss Alice Lloyd's rendition of "Invitation Waltz," by Bennet, and "If I'm Dreaming," a popular ...
Matzenauer Will Open Bay Cities Concert Series [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 15 October 1930
Matzenauer Will Open Bay Cities Concert Series Mile. Marguerite Matzenauer, the distinguished dramatic soprano of the Metropolitan Opera, will be the first artist to appear in the Bay Cities Music Association concert series, to open October twentythird. This will be Mile. Matzenauer's first appearance in Santa Monica. She has frequently appeared in Los Angeles, notably as guest artist with the Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra. "The students of Santa Monica Junior College are indeed fortunate in having this opportunity to hear the great diva," said Miss Alice Rogers, supervisor of music. "She is one of the most outstanding dra- matic soproanos of today." Tickets for the series are to be had from Miss Young in the college office or from Miss Moon in the High School music department, office. Prices are nominal, 31 for students and 32.50 for faculty members. The series has been especially arranged, the program not to begin until three forty-five, so that college people having late cla...
Students Will Vote On Year Book Name [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 15 October 1930
Students Will Vote On Year Book Name The committee that has been acting on the matter of selecting a name for the year book announces that the four names which seemed to them most appropriate for the publication are: Corsair Corvette Skull and Bones Treasure These four names Will be placed on a ballot, and tomorrow, as the students enter the assembly, these ballots will be giuen to each. The committee was composed of Mrs. H. R. Cejudo, Mr. T. W. Wallbank, Mr. E. C. Sandmeyer, Mr. E. R. Coulson, as faculty representatives, and Royal Delp, John Reynolds, Dorothy Murray and Arthur Redden as student representatives. They announced that many clever names were received, and wish to thank the students for their support in this matter. Lindbergh made the first non-stop flight to Paris, but everlasting fame still awaits the aviator who makes the first non-stop flight around Paul Whiteman.
CAMPUS COMMENT [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 15 October 1930
CAMPUS COMMENT Football is on the wing for sure now. Last Monday's Blue Monday Jamboree featured that sport in as snappy a broadcast as has been heard for some time. Everything is collegiate now, even the radio. Why do all the fellows show up at school with sweaters, but no shirts. Has it come to the point where Mother refuses to clean her boy's garments, and the fellow has never learned to wash them himself? Or maybe financial difficulties are responsible. If that is the case, we see where plenty of neighbors had better watch their clothes lines. Now that a name for the annual is practically selected, and a theme decided on, it is announced that sales will start in the near future. The price being asked as down payment is only one dollar —a buck —and this amount can be easily met by practically all the students. With a refund on science fees coming at the end of the year, the rest of the money will be easily obtained. So come on 100 percent, and support the yearbook. And then, too,...
Coulson to Give Talk On Herman Melville [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 15 October 1930
Coulson to Give Talk On Herman Melville "Mobie Dick," by Herman Melville, is to be the subject of a talk given by Mr. E. R. Coulson, Junior College Englis-h professor, to the Women's University Club Thursday evening, October 16, at 8 o'clock. Mr. Coulson will comment on the life and works of the author. The talk will be given at Mrs. Connon's home, and many of the High School teachers, being members of the University Club, will attend.
Annual Needs Snapshots [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 15 October 1930
Annual Needs Snapshots A series of snapshot days for the year book will soon be announced. This will not be the only opportunity, for daring the following months, when the weather permits, snapshot days will be announced through the Samojac by the Year Book Club. All snaps of interest will be welcomed; they will make the annual a real student body friend and production.