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WEDNE SDAY [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 3 November 1927
WEDNE SDAY W . S . G . A MEETING ASSEMBLY RnARn 7 P . M . in Miss Speakman s Studio . There will be a _meeting of the \ V . S . G . A . This does not mean there will be a mass mcetine of W . S . G . A . THURSDAY 8:15 A . M . Mr . Harry Stutz , Managing _Editor of the Journal-News will _apeak to _us . Were all looking forward to having Mr . Stutz next week so don t fail to come . After _Assembly always get your Once-a-Week . .
"THE ONCE-A-WEEK " [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 3 November 1927
THE ONCE-A-WEEK Published every Thursday morning by students in _the Ithaca Conservatory and Affiliated Schools ___________________ _t ___________ _KATHERINE V . BOYLES - - - Editor ELSIE WATERS - - - - } MARY EVELYN MASON - - } _Aoc _• _atc _Ed0 MARIE BARTON - - - Business Manager GENEVIEVE HERRICK - Associate Business Mgr . SUBSCRIPTION RATES For thirty weeks , ( beginning _September 22 nd , every week except regular School Holidays ) , One Dollar . Single copy—five cents . Forms close Friday noon before publication . However , last minute notices may be received as late as Monday noon . Printed by the NORTON PRINTING COMPANY , Ithaca , N . Y . There are , to my mind , three really distinct _types of _students . The first type consists of people who are here to work and get the most out of their _studies . They possess an air of vigorous alertness and go-to-it-iveness which , to my mind _presages future success . They are usually more contented and happy than the other students . ...
YOUR OPINION [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 3 November 1927
YOUR OPINION Judging from the discussions in Mr . Williams Ethics classes , the influence of public opinion is getting to be _quite a popular subject . On one point at least we all agree , and that is that unless public opinion is _back of a law it wont live . Yes , the approval of the public is what makes any enterprise a success . Whether its a moral , political , or educational _issue the people have the right to reject anything in which they do not _believe . One of the biggest voice ? of the public is in the newspaper . It _centralizes opinion—be it good or bad . Just as the big dailies are community and metropolitan voices , so is the school paper a student voice . We want the Once-a-Week to voice the real Conservatory sentiment , not the ideas of only four or five editors . If you have some school ideal that you would like the rest of us to know about , let us have it . Or if you have an opinion about some local matter write _us about it because wed like to know . Every time ...
SOPHOMORES [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 3 November 1927
SOPHOMORES Classified in accordance with the new rulin _g of the state Board of Regents of New _York State , the Sophomore _class which assembled to elect its officers had very much the _appearance of a scattered remains of the Frosh class of _1926-1927. The officers were elected according to the rotation system adopted last year . President .... Fred Cannon , _-Thornton , _Texas Band _School Vice President ..... . J canette Dutcher , Seneca Falls , N . Y . —General Music Dept . Secretary ... . _Mildred Lawton , Sardinia , N . Y . Expression Depi . Treasurer ... . Edward Decker , Rochester , N . Y . ° Phy .-Ed . Scliool Reporter . .. . Genevieve Herrick , Towanda , Pa P . S _ . M . Depl . Great things are to be done this year by the Sophomores—Just watch out ! _The Junior Prom is one—and next months class dance is another . Thass all for now . G . H .
"AND THEY KILL MEN LIKE—— [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 3 November 1927
AND THEY KILL MEN LIKE—— It was in a crowded classroom that a bo _; of short stature , but deep voice , _arose and COB fronted his classmates . His was an air of ci small importance , and he ft&amp;urished in his _ham a tiny pack of white tickets . Came a great an nouncement ! Season tickets for the New Yori Players , the Stock Company , which made _ill grand success last year . Ten dollars , that ! all . A bargain ; a miraculous offer ; a higkl ) beneficial———— and etc ., and so-on . But hu speech was cut short by a howl of derision . A general hissing and stamping of feet _fire into a terrific roar . Over the _speaker s ia _« spread a look of hurt surprise . With a _aims _ _gle , courage returned . He faced his _audicnK and drawing a deep breath , demanded , What _ up ? Dumbcll , snapped a Phi Mu , Those _art substitute tickets for the class dance _tome 1 * Ten dollars ? You mean ten cents . E . L . W .
AT OUR DANCES [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 3 November 1927
AT OUR DANCES The _other day while at an informal Conservatory _dance _, many Cornell gentlemen were there _also . They literally walked in , grabbed a girl and fell to dancing . Does the informal dance mean a free-for-all where _the general public is invited ? Does it mean that some class or organization sponsors _these dances for Cornell ? I don t mean to raz Cornell or anybody else , but why must we , the general situdent body , stand back with poker faces and look on ? On this certain occasion the men outnumbered the women three to one ; and all the while brave and dashing Cornellians came flocking _fast and thick . I sincerely believe that , as long as we do not go to Hill frolics for nothing and must pay why can t they treat us fairly . In many places stags are charged extra , so why can t we . as people who are alive , do something ? R . C .
YOU " SCHOOL MARMS AND MASTERS !" [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 3 November 1927
YOU SCHOOL MARMS AND MASTERS ! _The numerous practice teachers are _getting a taste of the real thing at the Parochia _l schools and at Forest Home . Yes , —why Fay likes it so much that he s going to teach every day . And—what do you know—Mildred Scott has a whole school at Odessa . Shes _the supervisor at the Union grade and high school . Tha what wed call real experience . Here _s _goad luck _to you Scotty , we know you can do it !
REELS FROM REAL LIFE ( Phi Mu Al pha ) REEL III [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 3 November 1927
REELS FROM REAL LIFE ( Phi Mu Al pha ) REEL III There took place in the mansion of Sinfonia , on Sunday , October hirteenth the result of much careful planning and diligent labor . In he afternoon of this memorable day the portals of the edifice were hrown open to whomever it might concern _in any way . In answer o this invitation came throng upon throng of sight seers and spectators o view the sacred _and _secret interior of the House on the gorge . Refreshments were served and the story goes that a good time was ad by all . The call of the wild proved more strong to some of the brothers ian the call to entertain . This being the case , on Thursday and Friay of last week the chance observer might have seen different memers of Phi Mu Alpha wending their way from the city of their Alma E _ ater in varied directions , bent upon arriving at their respective mes by that precarious and muncert in means of travel known in the nunon _vernacular as _Burning . With these few meagre gleanings...
SIGMA SIDELIGHT [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 3 November 1927
SIGMA SIDELIGHT R . R . _n Perhaps you would be interested in knowing who visited us during this past week end . Mrs . Elliot Springhtead ( Kay Weeding ) , Cat&amp;kill , N . Y . Miss Beatrice Jones , Hilton , N . Y . Miss Imogene Hitch , Laurel , Delaware . ( She _is now with Schubert s Golden Dawn ) . On Monday evening , October 24 , the pledging service was held for Josephine Lautner who has become one of the patronesses . We were especiall y _pleaded to have _so many of our patronesses here for the pledging . Miss Gretchen Haller , who so _successfully made her debut in Chicago October 3 rd , will give a recital in Elmira November 4 , 1927. Our monthly informal was held at the house , Tuesday Evening , November 1 st . Those who performed were : Kitty Hill , Ula Henry , _Giace Hoosier , Ruth Beardslee . The evening was then turned over to Committee in charge of the occasion and a _delightful bridge party was enjoyed by all .