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His Japanese Wife [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 22 November 1926
His Japanese Wife One-act Play _By GRACE GRISVVOI . D . CAST 0 Chico San -------- - Dons Hart H . J . Hallenhur _R ------ - Ralph _Rider Mrs . Gordon ---- --- Virginia Kuschke Eliza - ---- - - --- Flora Barger _James - --------- _ff arl Bri gandi Bill - --------- _Walter _Weaver TIML The _Present . PLACE Living-room of H . J . Hallenburg in Washington , D . C . _PRODUCTION STAFF General Director - -- --- - R . A . _Talcott Stage Director ------ -- _f lora Barger Stage Manager - - - - - - - - - • Tann Mocsta Properties --------- Jul _i a Sutlon
Who Pays ? [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 22 November 1926
Who Pays ? When we have a twelve oclock Just to think about the rock That we must climb , — We dont fee so fine About the biggest hill we ever saw . Coming down it _is _alright _, It s going up that is the fight , In another year Well have no fear About the biggest hill we ever saw The Amard Fraternity thinks , with the rest of the world , that someone always does pay . If that be true , who is going to be responsible for the keg of cider which was stolen from the gym on the night of the masque ball ? Have the students who stole the _cider , and who must now think of themselves as crooks , ask themselves the question—who pays ? Somebody will . The theft will cost the Amards some money , true . But , have you noticed that the Amards have not even tried to punish you ? We feel that you will punish yourselves . If fact , you have already punished yourselves in the ruining of that priceless jewel—your reputation . JPK 27
Griffis Hall Girls Lament [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 22 November 1926
Griffis Hall Girls Lament Its a long way to Griffis Hall , On the hill we always stall ; This BIGGEST LITTLE CITY Is replete with about fi fty Of the biggest hills we ever saw . We reach the half way point , We mean the PHY EDS joint . Here to catch a breath For we are near to death On the _biggest _hill we ever saw
Blue Notes [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 22 November 1926
Blue Notes A Weekl y Colyum by D . J . S . Thanksgiving Epitaph Upon our largest platter he doth rest , This proud and ponderous fowl we _stuffe d so well , — Though , all the world his virtues do attest , — Alas , his cold remains will go to—jell ! Prof . to Cornell Student : When is Thanksgiving Day ? C . S .: Any day after _the Dartmouth game . Good ole football ! Not all the foreign queens , murder mysteries , _channel swimmers _, society scandal , _floods , fires , and earth quakes , can rob you of your prestige _, or oust you from your kingly throne , —the Great American Newspapers . Nor can political glories approach the eminence , the lustre , the significance , the _power of the dusty pigskin ! Which reminds us of a story : Heaven Susie : Where do you s pose good pigs go when they die ? Johnny ( aged 7 ) : Into footballs . Don t you know nuthin ? ( We actually heard this _story . Otherwise we would doubt such theological precociousness ) . Speaking of theology , we wonder ,...
Important If True [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 22 November 1926
Important If True DEPLETED FINANCES Well , Ruthie , Ill go in with you but I . really don t care for a thing . Oh , I adore Rudolph _Valentine , but you know I haven t got a date and my next month s allowance hasnt come yet . A dope please . _Yes , John , Id love a hot fudge , but— Such remarks as these can already be heard all over the Con . Only one month of school gone and yet were broke—dead broke ! Where does the money go any-way ? Surely we don t spend it all for sodas and movies , and yet there s nothing else to show for it . The worst part of it is the way we have to haunt the mail boxes and the post-man in the vain hope of a check from home . Oh , to think of our families having wonderful things to eat while we are going hungry ! Oh , yes w . e get well balanced meals but it just seems that three a day are not enough . Well , let s stop talking about it and write home again . Maybe _if we send it special delivery there will be some response . Let s hope so , anyway , I m st...
"THE ONCE-A-WEEK " [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 22 November 1926
THE ONCE-A-WEEK Student Publication of the Ithaca Conservatory and Affiliated Schools Ithaca , New York GENEVIEVE _ELLIOTT ------- Editor-ln-Chief K _. ATHRYN BOYLES -- - - -- 1 . r Associate _Editors EVELYN BOZMAN ------- J EVELYN SWANK - - - - - - - Business Manager MARIE . BARTON --- -- _Assistan _t _Business Manager
Alumni News [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 22 November 1926
Alumni News Among the many Alumni who were in Ithaca for the CorncIl-Dart-mouth game were Mr . and Mrs . J _. D . Lincoln of Bristol , Tenn . Mrs . Lincoln will be remembered as Middle Boyd _, a graduate of 1924. Mr . Lincoln is a Cornell Alumnus . We are sorry that Mr . and Mrs . Boyd did not bring their young daughter Middie Boyd LincoTn ( junior ) . Miss Madeline Blackburn , Miss Verna Baxter , and Miss Ruth FIory were guests at the Sigma Alpha Iota House over the week-end . Miss Blackburn 24 is teaching in Southampton , L . I . Miss Baxter 24 is taking her degree work at Elmira College while Miss FIory _is teaching in Ephrata , Pa . Mrs . Elliott Springstead and Mrs . B . R . Edgerton were also guests at the Sigma Alpha Iota House over the week-end . Mrs . Springstead will be remembered as Kathryn Wieting 22 and Mrs . Edgerton will be remembered as Blanche Berger 22. Miss Virginia Holland who was with us in 1924 , Miss Mildred Pettit and Miss Dell Robertson were guests at the Mu...
Sigma Sidelights [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 22 November 1926
Sigma Sidelights On Saturday afternoon , Nov . 20 , the Sigma girls held a benefit brid ge party . The proceeds are to go toward the Endowment Fund . The following were week-end guests at the S . A . I . house for the CorneIl-Dartmouth game : Verna Baxter—Student at Elmira College . Madeline _Blackburn—Southampton , L . I . Ruth FIory—Teaching at Epherta , Pa . Mrs . David Edgerton—Formerly Blanch Berger . Mrs . Lincoln—Formerly Mildred Boyd . Mrs . Springsted—Formerly Katherine Weeting . Evelyn Hoyke—Hanover , Pa . Nov . 15 , 16 , and 17 , the S . A . I . girls held a rummage sale at the West Side Tire Shop on W . State St . It was most successful so we feel we are now qualified to go in the business of Rags , Bones , Gumboats ! Last Tuesday evening the girls at the S . A . I . house were the guests of Miss Leona Beutelle , leading lady , at the play Not Herbert . After the play the girls had the pleasure of entertaining the entire cast . A light lunch and dancing completed the eve...
Athletics in the Kitchen [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 22 November 1926
Athletics in the Kitchen R . M . sends us the story of a young bride who asked her husband to copy a radio recipe she wanted . He did his best , but got two _stations at once , one of which was broadcasting the morning exercises and the other _\ the recipe . This is what he took down : _Hands on hips , place one cup of flour on the shoulders , raise knees and depress toes and mix thoroughly in one-half cup of milk . Repeat _si-x times . Inhale quickly one-half teaspoonful of baking powder , lower the legs , and mash two hard-boiled eggs in a sive . Exhale , breathe naturally and sift into a bowl . Attention ! Lie flat on the floor and roll the white of an egg backward and forward until it comes to a boil . In ten minutes remove and rub smartly with rough towel . Breathe naturall _y , dress in warm flannels and serve with fish soup . Phi Delta Pi .
Mu _Phi Epsilon [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 22 November 1926
Mu _Phi Epsilon Ooh , did we have a good time ? You bet ! Where ? Why at the Eve luncheon that the Mu Phi girls gave on Nov . 13 which is the date of the founding of the sorority . The tables were very attractively decorated with place cards and favors for all . And what good things to eat ! Olives neverything . A very fine program was given by the pled ges and one of the interesting featu res of the morning was a dialogue in Pennsylvania dutch between Adam and Eve . We all had a wonderful time and we wish Founder s day came more often than just once a year .
New Movement In School [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 29 November 1926
New Movement In School The other day we read a circular that has just been gotten out in the Ithaca Institution of Public School Music . The contents of this circular were as follows : It is apparent , even to the most casual observer , that the Ithaca Institution of _Public School Music is becoming crowded in its present quarters and that there is great necessity for New Buildings . Before the request for this new equipment can be presented to the Board of Directors the Registration should be well over one hundred . The present en rollment is eighty . We desire to make this One Hundred and Twenty before the opening of school in September 1927.—and everyone can help , both Present Students and Alumni . With the interests of this Institution at heart we are asking you to accept a quota of One New Student . Will you do it ? Certainly there is someone in your town or in your High School that you can _point in _the direction of Ithaca . There is no greater opportunity than School Music ...