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"CON" ANTICIPATING STRING QUARTETTE [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 17 November 1927
CON ANTICIPATING STRING QUARTETTE Some time within the next few _weeks the Conservatory String Quartette , Mr . Sopkin , violin ; Miss Woodard , violin ; Mr . Cresswell , cello ; and Mr . Bek , _viola ; under the direction of Mr . Sopkin , will make its debut . The first program will be made up of quartettes from _Mozart and Beethoven , with some Russian numbers by Glunonzow , Rimsky-Korsakow and Borodin .
WILLIAMS SCHOOL JUNIORS [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 17 November 1927
WILLIAMS SCHOOL JUNIORS IN RECITAL I—St . Peter at the Gate - - - - _^ - - - - Anon _Pauline Peters _II—The Clam-Man -------- _Mar y Tgy _lor _Elsie _Waters IU—A Pleasant Hal f Hour on the Beach - - Mnrjorie U . Cooke Doris Hunt IV—Buy _ing A Hat ---- ---- - . F _iske Louise Prescott V—A Fan and Two Candlesticks - - - - Mary McM illan Demoretta Woodard VI—The Mission Box that Scandalized _the Village - F . Greenman Ruth Wolfe VII—Ashes of Roses -------- Anon Frances Kinnear VIII—A Morning s Mail ----- Edmund V . Cooke Marshall Whitehead
BAND HAS SECOND SUNDAY SUCCESS [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 17 November 1927
BAND HAS SECOND SUNDAY SUCCESS Sunday , Nov . 13—there was another one ! Another what?—A concert by Conway and _his Band , If you weren t at the first one—you missed something ; if you didn t hear the last one—you missed a lot ; if you missed both of them—don t tell anyone . Once again the boys scored under capable direction . Each concert surpasses the previous one and anyone who was there will agree that it was a musical treat , most worth while , as good as any band could be . Were looking _forward to another concert , Mr . Conway , and here s hoping it comes soon . When it does—students— Be There ! Don t let it slip by any time while youre in I . C . M . Youll regret it .
ROLAND FERNAND PRESI DENT OF WILLIAMS SCHOOL STUDENT BODY [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 17 November 1927
ROLAND FERNAND PRESI DENT OF WILLIAMS SCHOOL STUDENT BODY Roland Fernand , of Danbury , Conn ., a sec-ond-year student _, has _been elected _President of the Williams School student body for the year 1927-1928. Roland is well known to all Conservatory people because of his excellent interpretation _of a number of roles in the _Little Theatre . The other officers are : Vice-President—Katherine V . Boyles , Wins-ton-Salem , N . C . Secretary—Beth Ford , Ithaca , N . Y . Treasurer—Gilbert Haggerty , Little Falls , N . Y . The Williams School is planning to attempt some big things this year and if the students keep pace with the schedule set by the faculty this should be a record breaking year for the dramatic department . MR . WILLIAMS play ing Title Role in The Servant in the House Speaking of Actors —says this one , and he starts off on a list of Hampden s and Barrymore s whom he has seen , and , by the way , talked much of before . And he _is proud of having seen them , just as you ...
SECOND SERIES OF ONE ACT PLAYS TO BE PRO -DUCED [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 17 November 1927
SECOND SERIES OF ONE ACT PLAYS TO BE PRODUCED The second series of one-act plays will _n _given December 2 nd and 3 rd and _inclula Mansions , The Flattering Word , Propml Under Difficulties , and Tired . They _ic | cast as follows : The Flattering _Word The Minister ...................... _Floy il f a _His Wife ................... . Leona _SclmiSii Mr . Tesh .... . .... .......... Ever ett Gri _^ i Mrs . Zooker ............. ..... . _Esther _Cunl Lena .......................... . . Emma I Mansions Auntie ........................ Edi _th _Hithn Harriett .................... . Barbar _a ; W Joe ........................ . Roland _VtW _^ , Proposal Under _Diffi _culties Barlow .................... Clarence Sirai _! _1 _Yardsley ....................... Boh di _to ) Dorothy ....................... . _Maria s W Nora ...................... . Isabel Ing _^ Tired Carrie ........... ............. . _ilgncs III ! Susie ........................... . Doris W Agnes ....................... _Vtwten...
JIM JAMS [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 17 November 1927
JIM JAMS The OTHER day I heard a Young thing say , You know I Really think she— And I heard another Sweet thing say , I have heard— And still another Said , Of course I don t like to say anything But— And I jui _-t Chawed right on For quite a Spell , and Then I Says , says I , Dear girls _, _please Don t make those accusations Not because OF WHAT Theyll make me Think of her—But Because of WHAT _Theyll make me _think of YOU . I have heard It said That one will never Accuse another of Doing what she Isn t capable of _doing Herself . Which _thought is INTERESTING if TRUE , Isn t it ? I Thank YOU .
MISS CHAROTTE REESE WILL PRESENT SEN - IOR MONOLOGUE [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 17 November 1927
MISS CHAROTTE REESE WILL PRESENT SEN - IOR MONOLOGUE Thanksgiving is a time of praye r , of meditation and of _humbleness and gratefulness of feeling . The Rosary by Florence Barkley needs no words to describe the depth of feeling which it contains , nor the poignant sweetness of the memories which it recalls . We all love Thanksgiving and those of us who know The Rosary are very fond of it . We who are here during the holidays shall have the pleasure of hearing The Rosary read when Miss Charlotte Reese will present it as her _Senior Monologue on Wednesday , November 23 at 4 P . M . No more appropriate time than the day before Thanksgiving could have been chosen for the presentation of such a lovely reading . Let us come prepared to accept the pathos of the story for its real worth and be equally ready to imbibe the _spirit of Thanksgiving into our interpretation of it .
MU PHI EPSILON [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 17 November 1927
MU PHI EPSILON • _t ail all the _problem s of the _worl d arc flit to _test when East meets _West . _We Americans do not dare to be trul y Japanese , for we know we cannot ; but a very good attempt to copy Oriental Japan was made at 307 _North Tioga Street Saturday when the Mu Phis presented a Japanese Tea and Musicalc for their patronesses and alumnae in honor of _Founder s Day . A real _Buddha graced the mantel of the hearth and the rooms were uniquely decorated with Japanese _lanterns and cherry blossoms . Smoke _wreaths poured forth from the incense burners and _cave a real Oriental atmosphere . The following program of appropriat e music was presented : Piano iolo—The White Peacock—M ary Louise Masten Violin solo—Chinese Lullaby—from East is We&amp;t —Marjorie Seeley Vocal solos—Japanese Death Song Tears from Lute of Jade—Harris Chinese Mother Goose Rhymes Lady _Bug—The Mouse—Juanita Lane _Ensemble music by Ann Zeigler , Marjorie Seeley , Genevieve Herrick , and Agnes R...
_BOOL'S [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 17 November 1927
_BOOLS for Framed Pictures Special This Week—Old Ironsides , $2.00 each , nicely framed Opposite _Tamp _/ _tills _County _Bank Dangerous Crossing Marriage , said the philosopher , is like a . railroad _sign . When _&gt; ou see a pretty girl you . stop ; then you look _, and after you re married—you _listen .
B B _. GOODENOUGH , M . _0 I thaca s Chiropract _ic _Specialist jPost Graduate , Lincoln Chiropractic College , _Indianapolis , Ind ! SPEAR _' S PAINLESS METHOD [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 17 November 1927
B B _. GOODENOUGH , M . _0 I thaca s Chiropract _ic _Specialist jPost Graduate , Lincoln Chiropractic College , _Indianapolis , Ind ! SPEAR _ S PAINLESS METHOD Patho-neurometric Examinations _free Dial : Office 7942 Residence 369S Office Hours : 10 to 12 , 2 to 5 , 7 to 8 102 EAST STATE _STREET , ITHACA