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HARLEY HILL [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 3 November 1927
HARLEY HILL JEWELER Opp . Strand Theatr e Are caterp illars good to eat ? asked _little Tommy at the dinner table . No , said his father _, What makes you ask such questions as that while you aie eating ? _You had _one on your lettuce but it s gone now _, replied Tommy . Quality _Service
POTTER [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 3 November 1927
POTTER 215 E . Seneca Dial _2619 Stationery _Confectionery Smokers Supplies We Solicit Your _Trade _^ I THE CARAVAN GIFT SHOP _Sjjis the place for Conservatory students to find what they want _II 412 _Savings Bank Building
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 10 November 1927
THURSDAY + P . M . in the Little _Theatre Miss Speakman will read _excerpts from Romeo and Juliet _This is a required course for students of the Williams _School . But all other students who attend regularly will be given credit . FRIDAY This is going to be a rather quiet week-end at the Con but don t get discouraged and go home because it s only a couple of weeks now till Thanksgiving and then ————! . SATURDAY . Saturdays come so fast lately that we re all beginning to fee ! like Saturday s children . If you happen to have one of these special Saturday _classes try your best to make it . Perhaps the teacher doesn t enjoy it any _more than you do and cuts do count . SUNDAY The Conservatory i . s _proud of the number of students it has in the various Ithaca choirs and church orchestras . _Its up to the rest of us to at least attend and _Rivr thcrn our co-operation . i FONSERVATORY CO-OPERATJON ! r .- MONDAY Directly after dinner House meetings will be held in all the dormitories . _8...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 10 November 1927
TUESDAY _7:30 P . M . in the Little Theatre Dress _Rehearsal for The Servant in the _House . Production _staff please _be on hand . _* vv £ _-. L _/ _J-N _r-oi _^ A 3:15 _PfM . Glee Club Rehearsal under Mr . Lautner . Girls who do not _yet have their music may get it at the front office . 7:30 _ _? . M . in Miss Speakman s studio the W . S . G . A . Board will hold _their regular weekly meeting .
KEY WORDS TO MODERNISM " [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 10 November 1927
KEY WORDS TO MODERNISM God s in His Heaven . All s right with the world . _Yes . God s in His Heaven and the world in general is all right . But do we who are passing by , travelling on and on and on , ever stop to think that there might be one weary soul who doesn t seem to quite fit _into the running order of the Universe ? That _this person feels that only God knows . Here is a life to be lived . How must I live it ? What must _I do next ? Why cant I do _this and that ? Oh , what fools we mortals be ! God has given us the world and all there is in it— We strive and strive each of us to do our bit but how and why always _seem to confront u _» at every turn . _It seems that only God must know how to sympathize with us Modern Americans who have every advantage before us and want ho to make great men and women of ourselves but have never in our lives had to get down and dig therefore when our chances come—when our opportunities knock they must come again and again and knock many , ma...
WHEN "EVERYB ODY KNOCKS EVERYBODY " [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 10 November 1927
WHEN EVERYB ODY KNOCKS EVERYBODY In almost every hour of the day , and every day of _the year , there comes to one through littl e hints and soft insinuations , some tiny bit of gossip , that might at times even border upon that ungentle thing called slander . It often is told in a sly manner intentionally hurting a fellow being , because of some personal grudge , more often only repeated because the _speaker loves to roll under _his tongue some _spicy bit of news that _entertains his listener , and we find _ourselves heeding the words , forgetting that our own ears might want to burn fiercel y , even at the same time . If some person hurries to you with an unholy gleeful countenance and commences to jabber rather incoherentl y , or if he saunters up viith a _cunning air of mystery enveloping him , and motions with his fore _finger to come his way and hear the dirt , ( being too lazy to meet you half way ) you ought to turn your back and feel at ease the rest of the day for having r...
"THE ONCE-A-WEEK " [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 10 November 1927
THE ONCE-A-WEEK Published every Thursday morning by students in the _Ithaca Conservatory and Affiliated _Schools KATHERINE V . BOYLES - - - Editor ELSIE WATERS - - - - ) MARY _EVELYN- MASON - - \ Associate Editors MARIE BARTON - - - _Business Manager GEMEVIEVE 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 . no one _started a big bundle of gossip on the rounds every day , who would be called upon to defend himself , and _wouldnt we have more time to solve our own immediate problems—if we left the troubles of our neighbors alone ? Just _realize how much we add to our responsibilities , by relieving other people of theirs . And when you find yourself worrying more than usual see if you cant trace the whole thing hack to all the sto...
DEAN BROWN AND _Dl OTT LEAD ANNUAL IN -STITUTE AT SCRAN -TON , PA . [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 10 November 1927
DEAN BROWN AND _Dl OTT LEAD ANNUAL INSTITUTE AT SCRANTON , PA . Dean Albert Edmund Brown and Dr . _Eim Amherst Ott spent last week in ScrantoD , t conducting the Annual Teacher s Insra Dean Brown led the music while Dr . _Ott _tffl the corps . Dean Brown is certainly one _oil outstanding men in his field and his nri ; ing at Scrantqn gave a splendid _impetus to ; Convention . The Scranton Sun in _speaking of Dr . _t address on _The Need of Character Gr : _S says : In his address Doctor Ott _strewed thi i that conduct and character _must be the of personal functioning and that no ont _te _Mrates character except through personil i duct . One experiment in education ha &gt; B failed—the experiment of the individua l l cate himself . Out of the _poorest » _chools i the worst conditions , individuals have W have graced letters , arts , _sciences-i ani tin _ ness world . Given the urge _, the desire , the mow character—all else follows . Educan gradually learning that _teaching _...
LATHAM AND PA TTEM WRITE NEW SCH OO L SONG [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 10 November 1927
LATHAM AND PA TTEM WRITE NEW SCH OO L SONG The second issue _of the Once-a-Week ran song called To I . C . M . and signed h newcomer . We liked the word _ _, and _uri _. wished we had some music for it so thit » . l would have a new up-to-date School _Son Since that time Alfred Patten , 29 has _wrisn the music to the song . He was ignorant _of ih author but we take great pleasure in introiu . ing her as Miss Jean Lee Lathan of BiiclmJ West Va . This is Miss I . atham s first _vir with us and and she is taking degree _worn the Williams School . She and Alfred ki showed fine school spirit _in writing the m and we expect soon to sing it in _Assembli . Do you think you could _compose either _n word _; _, of the music to a song ? Why _rial a a host song for the dining room ? -.. _Let _u _ l trd if you do .
MORE REELS [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 10 November 1927
MORE REELS The Thursday morn dawned Fair and warmer and as the first _icams of the new-born day appeared there was much racket and din as he Phi _M Alpha boys awoke to greet the morn of their appearance iefore the famous student-body of the Ithaca Conservatory and Affiliated ichools . After much excitement the last tie was in _place and the procession loved down the street to the beloved halls of the Alma Mater . Following the opening exercises there was a slight pause as the irector of the band , Earl Breon offered prayer before the program _egan . The boys started with Wide Open Spaces due to the fact that iey might need these spaces to park in as soon as the _first chord should reet the ears of the awaiting audience . The number of the greatest charm was the Ukelele Ike _arrangement y Red Lester assisted by Craig McHenry and Carleton Stewart on ie final chorus . There also was the SHNITZELBUNK number arrangd by Breon and the final chorus which turned out to be a howling suc W The...