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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 10 November 1927
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Proved Tt [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 10 November 1927
Proved Tt Dr . Ricgger— Can you hear me back there ? Back row of _boys in unison— No . I would be very glad , _said the clergyman , after he had given out the text for his sermon , if the you _/ _Eg man who is standing _outside the door would come in and make absolutely certain whether _she is here tonight or not . That would be a great deal better than opening the door half an inch or so and thereby exposing the _necks of the people in _the back row to a current of cold air .
JIM JAMS [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 10 November 1927
JIM JAMS The OTHER day Thursday To be exact about It—I heard The whole GANG Raving . GEE That ORCHESTRA ! And then they said Why—they are Regular PROFESSIONALS ! And I just chawed Right on For quite a Spell . And then I Says , says I , Our enemies may admit Our talents , but Heaven deliver Us from _our friends ! It mostly Takes three Columns in a _Metropolitan , Two cuts a week , Mention in Whos who , A letter from the President , Congratulations From a fellow Artist on up The ladder , Before they quit Being surprised That we are Professional in Our profession . And then they Are still Surprised Because someone They have seen—or Heard—or talked To , is GETTING THERE . They are DUMB FOUNDED that We do , what we came HERE to DO . But that _ s all right Old MAN . After your OBITUARY Notice is out , theyll Shift their toothpicks , Aim at the BURNSIDE _htnve And say Lord yes , I knew Him WHEN— I THANK . _You .
AMONG ALUMNI [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 10 November 1927
AMONG ALUMNI We seem to have quite a number of last years degree students , teaching in a certain _section of Pennsylvania , near Wilkes-barre . Recently , Howard Foster , who is teaching dramatics in Kingston , Pa ., produced the play Golden Days , and his success is thoroughly appreciated by his friends . The Kingston paper says There was more than the ordinary touch to the work of the cast . A certain something which only a trained and experienced directo r like Howard S . Foster who directed the play , could bring to the surface , was presented . The large audience appreciated this , and indicated _it by their hearty applause . We are glad to tell you that Russell Llewellyn directed the orchestra , which entertained , between actii , and was heartily applauded . He is assistant music supervisor _in that school . Evelyn Swank is also teaching dramatics _, near her home town , Plymouth , Pa ., and was a recent guest of I . C . M . Elwyn Swarthout , who teaches directl y in Plymout...
MR . WILLIAMS TO PLA TITLE ROLE IN "THE SERVANT IN THE HOUSE " [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 10 November 1927
MR . WILLIAMS TO PLA TITLE ROLE IN THE SERVANT IN THE HOUSE We seldom have the opportunity of _seeing the faculty of the Williams School actually taking part in any of the dramatic productions . It is because of this that we think of them too much as teachers and not enough as actual professionals who have been recognized as such before ever teaching in the Williams School . This year we are to be very fortunate in seeing Mr . Williams , President of the Ithaca Conservatory and Affiliated Schools as - Manson in the title role in The Servant in the House . This is to be a faculty production and will also Include Mr . Talcott as Robert Smith , Miss Speakman as Auntie , Miss Banks as Mary . Students in the production will be Marshall Whitehead , John Nash , and Bob de Lany . The Servant in the House will be given in three performances on November 18 and 19. It should certainly attract capacity audiences . Let us plan ahead to see this play and invite our friends . This is indeed a rare...
CAST FOR "KICK IN " ANNOUNCED [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 10 November 1927
CAST FOR KICK IN ANNOUNCED The cast for Kick In , Willard Macks melodrama , has been posted and rehearsals began November 7 th . The cast is as follows : Deputy Commissioner Garver .... . Ralph _Rider Whip Fogarty ................... Ray Hall Jack _Diggs ..... _............ Rolan _d Fernand Memphis Bessie _............. _. Lemira _Stratton Myrtle Sylvester .................. Mary l _, leb Old Tom ........... ....... Gilbert Haager _ty Chick Hewes ........... Marshal _l Whttehead Molly Hewes ................. Bery l Jour dan Mrs . Halloran ................. _Helen Rodacrs Daisy Halloran _................. _Elsie _Waters Charley Carey .................. Bob de Lany Gus ........................ _Clarence Straigh _t
CRESWELL CHOSEN AS SYMPHONY CELLIST [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 10 November 1927
CRESWELL CHOSEN AS SYMPHONY CELLIST Rowland Cresswell has been employed by Francis Frank , conducto r of the Binghamton Symphony , as first cellist for that organization . Creswell greatly supported that orchestra last year and Mr . Frank says they feel very fortunate in securing him . I feel a lethargy creeping on me . _Yes , that grass is full of them . Many a college student goes to sleep a Freshman and wakes up to find himself a Senior .
ANOTHER CONWAY TRIUMPH [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 10 November 1927
ANOTHER CONWAY TRIUMPH Our own Patrick Conway has recently scored another triumph when General Motors signed him up to play a series of ten concerts over W . E . A . F . in New York City . His first concert took place last Monday Evening with the following program : 1— _Pomp and _Circumstance ........ _Ely ar 2—Gems From Rose Marie ........ Frimi 3— Listen To the Mocking Bird .. _IV immer Flute Solo _• _I—Scenes from The Bohemian Girl . Baife Next time Mr . Conway is scheduled let s all us I . C . M . folks make up a part of his radio audience-
$ CLEANING SERVI CE [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 10 November 1927
$ CLEANING SERVI CE We Collect and Deliver Dial 2598 112 N . CAYUGA ST . FOR HER DEAR OLD MOM The sweet young thing was saying her prayers : Dear Lord , she cooed , I don t ask for anything for myself , onl y give mother a son-in-law . —Bison . MRS . M . B . YONTZ at the SMART SHOPPE lias added an exclusive line of DRESSES—sport and utility models Always the latest Millinery—Hosiery—Undergarments 124 Nnrth _Aurora _Stree _t Some folks in looks take so much pride They don t think much on what s inside , But , as for me , I know my face Can neer be made a thing of grace ; And so , I rather think Ill see How I can fix the inside o me ; So folks will say , He looks like sin , But ain t he beautiful within ? —John Kendrick Bangs
MU PHI EPSILON [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 10 November 1927
MU PHI EPSILON Again the ivy covered house at 307 N . Tioga Street has been playing _hoMe---.. Irene Sack , a graduate of 1927 is in town and paid us a visit _yesterday . Last week Helen Harri _s , who won the _scholarshi p in voice several years ago , paid us a call and sang for a few of us . Two of our _members will _be--heard in recital in . Auburn this Wednesday when Mary Gertrude Smith and Mrs . Howard Brashear a Mu Phi Alumna will present at program of soprano and contralto _solos . Both are _soloists in the Episcopal Church Choir . On next Monday evening our monthly musicale will be given . Our Founders Day program will be presented next Saturday when we shall give a Japanese Tea and Musicale for our patronesses and alumnae . But you shall hear _. more of that later . M . L . B .
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 10 November 1927
J . E . VAN NATTA L . C . SMITH - CORONA Rented — Sold — Exchanged Oppo . Ithaca Hotel _i _Telephone 2915 Two deliveries dail y PERSONAL ENGRAVED CHRISTMAS CARDS Place your order now fur your personal engraved Christmas Card before the lines are broken . The new designs are now ready . _Etchings seem most in favor this year . Cards from $5.00 per hundred to $50.00 THE CORNER BOOK STORE
IN MY OPINION [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 10 November 1927
IN MY OPINION The aged sitting on their shelves With knitting and the cat Make talk of youth among themselves , Deploring this and that . Youngsters , let them not abash Your lovely , witless school—Theyd give their riches to be rash , And twenty , and a fool ! Amanoa B . Hall The Musicians Creed We _-study music that we may learn to express our _feelings , to _love beauty , to _recognize and appreciate great works of art , thereby fitting ourselves for better livine .