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Calendar for Week of Nov . 29 [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 29 November 1926
Calendar for Week of Nov . 29 Mon . A . M . 8:15—Dr . Frederick Martin—in Assembly . 9 : 00—Chaperon s Meeting—Williams Hall . P . M . 7:15—Sigm a Meeting—Sorority House . 7:30—Meeting of the Amards—Fraternity Room . 7:30—Mu Phi Meeting—Sorority House . Tues . P . M . 4:00—Student _Recital—Little Theatre . 7:00—Phi Mu Alpha Meeting . 8:15— The Outsider —Little Theatre . Wed . P . M . 2:30—Matinee Performance — The Outsider — Little Theatre . 8:15— The Outsider —Little Theatre . Thurs . P . M . 8:15— The Outsider —Little Theatre . Fri . P . M . 8:15— The Outsider —Little Theatre . Sat . P . M . 2:30—Matinee Performance — The Outsider — Little Theatre . _8:15— The Outsider —Little Theatre . Mon . A . M . 8:15— A Big Sing —Assembly . P . M . 8:00—November Musical—Sigma Alpha Iota . 8:1S—Orchestra Concert—Little Theatre .
11 Bite !! [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 29 November 1926
11 Bite !! Where can I buy a cap for my knee Or a key to the lock of my hair ? Are my eyes called an academy Because there are pupils there ? In the crown of my head What gems can be found ? Who travels the bridge of my nose ? When _shingling the roof of my mouth , can I use The _nails on the ends of my toes ? Can the crook of my elbow be sent to jail—If so , what did it do ? With what can I sharpen my shoulder blades . Ill be hanged if I know , do you ? Can I _ait in the shade of the palm of my hand—Or beat on the drum of my ear ? Can the calf of my leg , eat corn on my toe ? / _^ If so , why not grow corn on the ear ? J
Student Council Has the Floor [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 29 November 1926
Student Council Has the Floor October 30 , 1926 Request is hereby made by the Student Council that everyone _refrain from smoking in the Conservato ry buildings . The non-smoking law has been over-looked by the students and faculty in the past but we hope that in the future they will give their kind attention to this matter . As a loyalty to the school and respect for its appearance , all who must smoke _please go outside or else-where than in the Conservatory buildings . Signed Donald Chartier Pres . of Student Council .
Charming Dramatic Recital By Students of Williams School [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 29 November 1926
Charming Dramatic Recital By Students of Williams School The recital given last evening by the Williams School of Expression and Dramatic Art in the Little Theatre before a capacity house was _entertaining and thoroughly enjoyed by the audience . The program consisted of five short readings , a monologue reading of a play in character and properly staged , and a one-act play . Miss Evelyn _Bozeman opened the program with a charming and vivacious reading of the one-act play , A Man , a Maid and a Dress-Suit Case . . The First Quarrel , by Tennyson , was read by Mary Hayes with feeling and understanding . This was followed by Encouragement , a reading in a much lighter vein , which was given by Dorothy Lamb in a _splendid manner . James P . Kavanagh was heartily appreciated and applauded in his interpretation of Pro and Con , the story of the efforts of a bachelor to make up his mind to propose . Genevieve EIliott gave a charming imitation of a very small child in her two selections ,...
Delusion [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 29 November 1926
Delusion I _saw a red mob of rioting beings crashing and _crushing themselves in a feverish frenzy of endeavor to enter th rough a high and narrow gate . I saw , among riie _clouds , an enormous amphi-theatre crowned with _columns and supported by a series of _gigantic-arches . I _saw , beneath the arches , the surging , screaming horde wallowing through a miry bog of blackness in a heartbreaking universal attempt to reach the yellow light about the arches , —to reach , if possible , the crowning _columns . I _saw the purple haze of heaven open and emit a flood of lashing waters upon the stricken beings crawling and clinging along the slippery side of the sodden structure . I saw old men and youths , hopeless women and hopeful , huddling _their bodies against the fierce _frenzy of the sky , desperately determined on the same mad enterprize upon which existence itself evidently depended . I saw two rival clans of champions rush from under the awful arches and crash together before th...
The Aftermath [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 29 November 1926
The Aftermath Well , here we are again , folks , ( hie !) here we are ! Shay!—wash-a matter with evrything , huh ? Did I have a _nishe time ? Oh Shay , — let me tell you ( hie ) what a nishe time I had . Yesh ! _Yesh ! Turkey an cranberry saush , an ( hie ) plum puddin —an —parties—lotsh o parties , —yesh—yesh , —an a regular good time . ! ( Hie ) . My brain s sorta cloudy , thish morning , —I don know why it should be , but it is , —isnt it ? _Yesh—yesh ! Well , I ate the _lasht scrap of turkey before the old train pulled out , —my girl frien was there , and the band , yesh—yesh—the band was there aw right—and I just said gby to the crowd and choo-chooed back to the lil ole red school house . Work ? Oh yesh—shay ( hie ) yknow Im so ready for work , yer gona _haveto ( hie ) put me in a clash a by myself ! I m gonna pay all my billsh _, too—yesh , yesh , —an be _kind to evryone—an answer questions in clashes , an get in early ev ry night , an yesh , I m gonna quit smokin —Shure . I a...
Jogerfy [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 29 November 1926
Jogerfy There s a little boy moved in next door , Jus a little bit bigger n me , An he s got the nicest , curly hair At eve r _you did see , — An he brings hii _. books out in the yard , Where its shady by the tree , An he lays down on his stummick , An he reads his jogerfy . An sometimes he jus kicks his heels , An looks up in the sky , Where the clouds are all big islands , — Nice and puffy , —floatin by . An I jus can hear him thinkin —- — How I wisht I lived up there!—We couldn t have no jogerf y , — A sailin in the air . But , gee , I wonder if he knows At clouds turn into rain , An sure . as hes a livin , Hed be fallin back again ! I guess I ought ta tell him , Fore this gre big one sails past , — But his hairs so nice an curly , — Somehow—I jus don t dast ! Doris _Toy Starr .
"THE ONCE-A-WEEK " [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 29 November 1926
THE ONCE-A-WEEK Student Publication of the Ithaca Conservatory and Affiliated Schools Ithaca , New York GENEVIEVE ELLIOTT --- ---- Edif or-in-Chie _) KATHRYN BOYLES --- --- _ &gt; _ — f _Associate _Editors EVELYN BOZMAN ------- J EVELYN SWANK -- - ---- _Business Manager MARIE BARTON - . - - - - _assistant Business Mana _ger
Sigma Sidelights [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 29 November 1926
Sigma Sidelights _Mrs . Laughead of Uniontown , Pa ., has been _visiting her sister _, Margaret Daum , at the Sigma house during the past week . On Saturday _afternoon , Nov . 20 , Sigma Alpha Iota entertained at twenty tables of benefit bridge . Light refreshments were served and all had an enjoyable time . Monday night , Nov . 22 , the S . A . I . Fraternity held its regular business meeting . Tuesday night , Nov _.- 23 , was Sigma Alpha Iota night for the play The Old Homestead given by the New York players . On Monday evening , Nov . 29 , at 8:00 o clock S . A . _I . is to hold its November musicale . The program is to consist of folk songs and music characteristic of the various countries . On Wednesday , December first we will celebrate Founders _-Day with a prolonged spirit of praise and thanksgiving during the season .
Mu Phi Epsilon [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 29 November 1926
Mu Phi Epsilon Mu Phi Epsilon sorority gave a formal dance on Friday , _November the 19 th , and it was a gala affair . The gym was beautifull y decorated , —the cornstalks and pumpkins being most appropriate for the Thanksgiving season . The Rainbow Men furnished the peppiest music ever in spite of the fact that the famous banjo player was not there—that is , not in the orchestra . Everyone had a wonderful time and will long remember the Mu Phi formal . Monday evening , November 22 , we held formal initiation and the following girls were taken into the sorority : Norma _ Covert , Augusta Halsey , Helen MacNamara , Alice Marsh , Celia Wilson , Mary Gertrude Smith . Miss Alma Stoddard who is teaching at darks Green , Pa ., was a guest at the Mu Phi house over the week-end .
Newman Hall [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 29 November 1926
Newman Hall Thanksgiving vacation is over and done with . _Most of the Newmanites are completely in a fog as a result of the big game or trips to Horseheads , Glen Falls and other large cities . Frau Kinnear , and Cecile Stevens rode up to Gettysburg with Kitty Hill for one of those big Turkey Dinners at the Hill House . Mitzi Simons and Marie Barton went clear down to _Philadelphia to see a bunch of college boys kick the pigskin . But oh , what a game that turned out to be . Tann Moesta spent her few days respite with Rose Graham , _ or to be exact _,- Mrs . Weslie Pietz . Helen McCoy , Dottie Lee , Evelyn Anthony , Peg Lowry , Adele Heyman , Ethel Reidy , Louise Perrine , and Ruth Dawson are also spending _tt _) _e- vacation elsewhere . Home made the inevitable trip to Penn , but more of that later . Newmanits must sign off now . Well see you all later .
Phi Mu Alpha [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 29 November 1926
Phi Mu Alpha Phi Mu Alpha Fraternity held their Pledging Service in Elocution Hall Sunday evening , Nov . 21 , 1926. The following boys were pledged to the fraternity : Ray Phillips Benny Taylor Earl McHuen Harry Chapman John Weinschemer Milton Wheeler
Alumni News [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 29 November 1926
Alumni News The many friends of Miss Lygia Albright ( Peggy ) 25 will read with much interest the bulletin board notices of this week . Miss Albright is the leading lady with the Arthur Gale Players who are now playing at the Fox Theatre , Aurora , Illinois . A letter received from Marcel Jones recently , informs us that Marcel is now baritone soloist for the First Baptist Church of Dallas , Texas and— Fordally speaking , is what is known as the Texas facto ry representative .
It ' s Just Like This [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 29 November 1926
It s Just Like This A centipede has a thousand legs While you have only two ; Youd think hed get there twice as fast , But you know that isn t true . Have you ever watched a beetle Climb up a window pane ? He may take all day to get there , But he gets there just the same . It isn t how fast _you can travel , Nor the number of times you lose ; It s whether you end as a winner , And its up to you to choose .
Three Guesses [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 29 November 1926
Three Guesses The lights go out at ten-thirty , I wonder why ! Our beds we must make early I wonder why ! We can t go to the store—For at night they lock the door ,- So our mouths well feed no more I wonder why ! Schools of music are called conservatories because budding _artists go there , and because young composers are taught how to write a ground bass . Talent flo _wers quite often too , in these emporiums of learning .
Wishes [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 29 November 1926
Wishes _You know I like to wish About a lot o things , Even tho I know that wish Won t come to anything . I ve wisht that I was rich , Same as everybody else ; Yet somehow theres a hitch Attached to gettin wealth . An then , I ve wisht that I , Like men in history , Could be a mighty guy And do enormous things . I find myself just wishin That a hero I could be , But Im alluz jest a missin My opportunity . So what s the use o wishin If they never come true ; Whats the use of anythin I m a askin this o you . Well , if youll consent to listen Ill give my reasons three , Why we should keep on wishin ; I think that youll agree . Three steps lead to ambition And each leads to success , The first of these is wishin _ For what you like the best . Wishing leads to workin We work for what we want ; There ain t a bit of shirkin An no such word as cant . Desire leads us ever on , Though oft we stumble , fall . So why not go a wishin on And heed ambitions call . Pat Peters was telling Jane Woods...
Shades of Ye Past ! [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 29 November 1926
Shades of Ye Past ! The Outside Girls had a different party , at the home of Miss Idelle _Bellis , 222 S . Cayuga St . on Friday evening , November the 19 th . All the guests were dressed in the habitiments of some well known character of history or fiction . Everyone had a most enjoyable time .