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CORSAIRS INVADE PANTHER LAIR [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 15 October 1930
CORSAIRS INVADE PANTHER LAIR Team Travels To Chaffey For Initial Conference Game; Panthers Confident But Corsairs Determined To Conquer Santa Monica Junior College will make its debut into the Southern California Junior College conference, eastern division, this Saturday, when Coach Floyd Mishler and his band of fighting Corsairs travel to Ontario to engage Chaffey Junior College in the first conference game of the season. The Panthers are given a huge edge over Santa Monica, being favored to win the eastern division championship. Chaffey has an exceptionally good team' this year, with Keough, quarterback, and McCormic, end, playing the leading parts in pre-season games. Chaffey J. C. was ifefeated last week by University of Southern California freshmen, but this is no indication of weakness, as the frosh team is classed as one of the best in the southland. Coach Mishler has been drilling his men on pass defense in expectation of an aerial attack by the Panthers, who are very strong...
TARGET PRACTICE [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 15 October 1930
TARGET PRACTICE By FRED SALTER This Saturday Santa Monica Junior College will play Chaffey J. C. in its first conference football game. Regardless of the outcome, this game will go down in S. M. J. C. history as the first conference football game ever played by a Corsair eleven. A fighting gang will be in there, giving all they've got, and, no matter what the score, we're going to be proud of our Corsairs. The odds are greatly against a victory for the Corsairs, but upsets are not rare. Regardless of who wins, Chaffey will have to play heads-up football to register a victory over Coach MisMer's fighting team. Following is what the "Chaffey Thrasher" says about Santa Monica's chances in the Eastern Division conference race:" "Santa Monica seems to be the only weak sister in the Conference, and she may have five or six ail-Americans up her sleeve. At any rate she will need about that many to stay in the running this year." From this we gather that Santa Monica is in for a tough year. ...
Team Shows Promise In Frosh Scrimmage [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 15 October 1930
Team Shows Promise In Frosh Scrimmage Saturday morning the Corsairs Scrimmaged on Samohi field with the Whittier College freshman team. For half an hour the two teams alternated, taking the ball for eight downs, and then a regular half was played. Both teams played very even football, with Santa Monica having a slight edge. The only score was made during the first scrimmage, when Whittier uncorked a long pass for a touchdown. Saturday's scrimmage gave Coach Mishler a good chance to see the team's mistakes, and he will no doubt remedy them before the team meets ChafFey. The thing that seemed worst, in the writer's opinion, was the fact that time and again the Frosh passer was not rushed. He was given plenty of time to pick his man and throw to him. Captain Hickman looked good on runs, but his passes are still a little uncertain. Burks and Enrico played good ball. Nes seemed to be hitting harder than he had so far. However, he can still stand to get lower. Ted Greenlaw, the hard-hitti...
Game Schedule EASTERN DIVISION [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 15 October 1930
Game Schedule EASTERN DIVISION Oct. 18—SANTA MON CA at Chaffey. Oct. 24 —Pomona at San Bernardino (night game). Oct. 25 —SANTA MONICA at Riverside. Chaffey at Citrus. Nov. I—San1 —San Bernardino at Chaffey. Pomona at Riverside. Nov. 7 —Citrus at San Bernardino (night game). Nov. B—Pomona8 —Pomona at SANTA MONICA. Nov. 15—SANTA MONICA at San Bernardino. Chaffey at Riverside. Citrus at Pomona. Nov. 22 —Chaffey at Pomona. Nov. 27 —Citrus at SANTA MONICA. Riverside at San Bernardino.
Univerity, Jaysee Games Upset Dope [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 15 October 1930
Univerity, Jaysee Games Upset Dope Last Saturday was a day of ups and downs for the majority of college football teams. Upset after upset was registered, which surprised the critics and stunned the fans. Chief among the upsets was the defeat of Coach Howard Jones' Trojans by a supposedly inferior Washington State eleven who stopped the Trojan power plays cold, to win 7 to 6. Another upset among coast university teams was the scoreless tie between Minnesota and Stanford. The Cards were heavily favored to win, but a determined and fighting Gopher eleven rose to unexpected heights to halt the driving offensive of Pop Warner's machine. , Getting nearer home, the biggest upset in jaysee ranks came when Compton J. C. tumbled the cocky L. A. J. C. Cubs to the tune of 6-0. Los Angeles was heavily favored to annex the conference championship, but Compton upset the dope, and now replace the Cubs as ruler of the roost. P. S.—We're hoping for an upset at Chaffey Saturdav!
What They Say [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 15 October 1930
What They Say Dr. Bush "It will be interesting, in years to come, to look back and think of our first conference football game. We sincerely hope and expect that we are going to be able to speak of this game as a victory, but no matter how the game ends, we know that we will be able to look back and say that we were represented by a clean-cut, fighting team." Coach Floyd Mishler: "The fellows haven't as yet played the football they are capable of. However, we ought to give Chaffey a good game. We're hoping the gang will find themselves Saturday." Captain Wally Hickman: "Our great hope is that the student body will get behind us. We are going up to Chaffey to give our darndest, and, if fighting means anything, we'll bring home the bacon." A. S. B. President, Royal Delp: "All I have to say is that I hope the student body will rtbt fail us Saturday. The team is prepared for Chaffey. Are you?"
YEAR BOOK STILL UNNAMED [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 22 October 1930
YEAR BOOK STILL UNNAMED Student Commission Holds Recent Yearbook Name Ballot Indecisive; Schedules New Vote for Thursday Spin Drift, Felucca, and Yataghan are the proposed names for the yearbook that will appear on Thursday's ballot. The Committee that has been acting on the matter of selecting a name met Tuesday and thrashed the matter out by means of elimination. This was the first meeting of the committee, the previous choice having been made* by preferential vote cast individually. None of the names presented received a first choice. "Corsair" being the name by which the Student Body is known throughout the state, the committee felt the name of the yearbook should be in keeping with "Corsair" and at the same time not be a duplicate. They felt that the three new names bear a proper relation to Corsair. What They Mean "Spin Drift" is defined as the spray thrown aside by a fast-moving vessel. If this name is chosen, the seal which appears on the top of the Samojac will probably app...
J. C. Press Scribes Con vention To Be Held At Pasadena [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 22 October 1930
J. C. Press Scribes Con vention To Be Held At Pasadena The biennial convention of the Junior College Press Association is scheduled to take place at Pasadena, November 8. The Samojac will probably send two representatives. It is the purpose of this convention to discuss the various problems contingent to the publication of junior college newspapers. One of the features of the convention will be the awarding of trophies for papers having: (1) the best front page makeup; (2) the best editorial; (3) best sports page; (4) best news stbry; (5) best sports story. There is also an award to the school entering the best all-around annual. No award was given for the latter at the last convention.
Momentous Organization Of Student Body Ahead [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 22 October 1930
Momentous Organization Of Student Body Ahead A getieral Student Body assembly will be held tomorrow during the third period, according to an announcement issued by Dr. Bush's office. A mystery has been created by the fact that something drastic regarding a division of the student body is t&lt;s be made. No definite plan has'yet been given; however, those responsible for the statement feel that the Student Body will welcome wholeheartedly the plan which they intend to introduce. Part of the assembly will be devoted to a pep session in preparation for the coming game with Riverside.
Southern Cal. Jaysees Choose Debate Question [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 22 October 1930
Southern Cal. Jaysees Choose Debate Question The proposition, Resolved that the forty-hour week should be adopted, has been chosen for the first league debate by Southern California Junior Colleges. The debate squad will meet at 7:30 Thursday evening, at 933-A Twelfth Street. Miss Cargill, debate manager, and Mr. Wallbank wish to secure the names of those who intend being at this meeting.
CAMPUS COMMENT [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 22 October 1930
CAMPUS COMMENT At last something gratifying in the way of Student Body support is noticeable. A good-sized crowd of Corsair rooters wended their way to Chaffey and helped the team along. The turnout was larger than that at the Santa Barbara game, and it Was played at home. Speaking of support brings to mind the fact that Mr. Wallbank is asking the help of the students to make this year one of success in the field of debate. It seems funny, though, that he can't get that support without inviting those interested up to his house. Maybe the thoughts of a handout will bring the crowd out, though. Better be getting the Brownies, Eastmans and Anscos out and dusting them off, for one of these days a photographic contest is going to be announced by the yearbook staff. And when it is announced, let's get some good pictures in. The staff promises a large, collegiate, snap section. And that brings to mind the fact once more that some people aren't dry behind the ears yet. Another election to d...
Calendar [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 22 October 1930
Calendar Oct. 22 —German Club, 7:30 p. m., 2702 Washington Avenue. Oct. 23 —Lettermen, ex period. Athenaeum Club, ex period, j room 11. Spanish Club. Oct. 25 —Santa Monica at Riverside. Oct. 27— Y. W. C. A., 5:30, "Y" house. Y. M. C. A,, 7:30, 211 South Broadway. Oct. 28 —W. A. A., third period, room 11.
Dr. Ralph Bush to Talk at Claremont [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 22 October 1930
Dr. Ralph Bush to Talk at Claremont At 4:15 this afternoon Dr. Ralph Bush will speak in Balch Hall, on the Campus of Scripps College, before administrators, teachers, and others interested in education. "The Teaching of Ideals" is the subject of Dr. Bush's speech. Thj Department of Education of the Claremont College sponsore6 these lectures, which are given every Wednesday afternoon. These lectures will continue weekly until the tenth of December of this year. Dr. Bush is very much in demand as a lecturer and speaker, judging from his program, which calls for many speeches. These will be announced as the time for .appearance arrives. Dr. R. H. Bush
Musical Assembly Enjoyed [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 22 October 1930
Musical Assembly Enjoyed The Student Body assembly presented on the sixteenth under the auspices of the Y. W. C. A. and Y. M. C. A. organizations was declared by the two hundred who attended to be a great success. Those who took part in the program were: Ruth Hunt, Ted Gross, Perry Myers, Gilman Rankin, Alice Lloyd, Howard Andrews, Shirley Martin, Evelyn Miller, and the combined Men's • and Women's Glee Clubs. At-the conclusion of the musical program a vote was held to select a name for the yearbook.
The SAMOJAC [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 22 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 r Clubs Everett Hartung 1 Bud Henn ) Hurbert Saunders Ruth Hunt ) c_.;„ Eric Moore I *, Adele Winn ( Myrtle Fletcher f eWi Roy Henderson, Yvonne Johns / c Frank Watson | * . Helen Stelzriede, Ray Davis ) P b Charles Moore J Art Redden Comment = MEMBER OF
Assistant Yell Leader Wanted [Newspaper Article] — Corsair — 22 October 1930
Assistant Yell Leader Wanted Somehow, unlike most junior colleges, we have only one yell-leader to put our rooting section through its paces. Not only is it usual to have two, but it is imperative. Should Frank Michel be unable to attend the game because of some unforeseen contingency, we would present a rather ludicrious specta'cle. A team —a rooting section —but no yell leader! A mere crowd! Recently, one of the faculty members made a rather pertinent observation. "In the conference room I've seen two megaphones, and there is equipment for two cheer leaders," he said. "I wonder where the trouble lies?" Coming from a prof, it is all the more striking, and leaves a certain inference of the lack of willingness among us students to work for our jaysee. Nevertheless, it is true. For more than a month now, Frank Michel has been in search of an assistant. Several notices have appeared in the Samojac, but the search seems to be in vain. Michel will be graduated in June. Looking forward to...