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JIM JAMS [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 1 December 1927
JIM JAMS The OTHER day I heard a _Psychologist _tell of How the inmates of An asylum Out west , Would leave a well-filled Table , and go , root In garbage cans . And while his audience Ohed and Ahed I just Chawed right on For quite a spell , And then I Says , says I , It does seem strange , That they would have to Lock The garbage cans , In an asylum , but Its stranger yet , To see a student turn , From the well stocked Library , and go and root _, In the garbage of Literature They call True Story , And True Romance , and So forth _, ad infinitum , And Ad nauseum . It sometimes seems , As though perhaps , A taste for garbage , Has not been Confined , To feeble _mn-iifed Souls , who are Confined in walls , Which may be INTERESTING if TRUE — Perhaps ! I thank YOU . Getting Ahead of the Joneses This would be a terrible world for a lot of people if every thing was the same price and they couldn t have things better than other folks—Cincinnatti Enquirer . SHUFFLINGS DON FOXE A beautifu l...
AFFILIATED STUNT NIGHT TO BE HELD DE CEMBER 9 [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 1 December 1927
AFFILIATED STUNT NIGHT TO BE HELD DE CEMBER 9 The Student Council is sponsoring a Conservatory Stunt Night for the benefit of the Cayugan . This explains the mystery ads and question marks which the Once-A-Week has been running for several issues . Each fraternity and sorority will present a stunt more or less in the nature of a vaudeville act and impartial townspeople will decide which skit deserves the trop hy a beautiful _silver cup , to be engraved with name of the winning organization . For several years the Cayugan board has had difficulty in financing a school annual and this seems a very satisfactory way of sponsoring the year book . This should certainly be an evening of unusual entertainment as well as one embracing the stars of five different departments . _All right Phi Delta Pi , Phi Mu Alpha , Sigma Alpha Iota , Amards , Phi Epsilon Kappa , and Mu Phi Epsilon ! We re betting on you !
BANKS HALL FORMAL GOES INTO HI _STORY [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 1 December 1927
BANKS HALL FORMAL GOES INTO HI _STORY The history of Banks Hall has surely been enriched by its first formal on last Tuesday _evening . In spite of long wrangles for a date and for dates , no time or place could have been more _satisfactory . The decorations were decidedly collegiate , the walls being covered with pennants representative of the different parts of the country _• _whence come Banks girls . And my ! Such an array of schools and cities . Citadel of Charleston hung proudl y by the University of Boston while Illinois and Texas tried their best to crowd out Cornell . Further bits of atmosphere were added by French dolls , ukeles , and fraternity paddles . Music was furnished by Gallaghers orchestra . Did they play ?—And how ! Guests included Mrs . Tustin , Miss Spencer , Messrs . Moore , Fox , Hopkins , Minnekin _, Conn _, Swift , Stagg _, Giroux , Whitehead , _Frankinburg _, Pernand , Mack , Coe , Doanc , and Tcrwilliger .
CHARLOTTE REESE PRESENNTED PLEAS -ING MONOLOGU [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 1 December 1927
CHARLOTTE REESE PRESENNTED PLEASING MONOLOGU The group of students and friends who listened to the reading of The Rosary last Wednesday afternoon took away with them a memory of many lovely pictures set off by deli ghtful bits of acting . Miss Reeses presentation was very well _given and _the sincerity and depth of purpose evident in the reading of the monologue left a lasting _impreii . sion with all of us . The presentation of the monologue mark _^ the completion of Charlotte Reeses work in the Dramatic Department and entitles her to a B . 0. E . degree .
MR . LYON TO FUR - NISH PROGRAM AT SAYRE SUNDAY [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 1 December 1927
MR . LYON TO FUR - NISH PROGRAM AT SAYRE SUNDAY Mr . Lyon has arranged a very splendid program for the Elks Memorial at Sayre , Pa ., Sunday . For several years he has done this _, thus doing an effective bit of advertising for the Conservatory . Those whom Mr . Lyon will use Sunday are ; Florence Wilcox - - - _Contral _to Gustav Nelson --- -- P _iano Rowland Cresswell - - - - . _Cello _Nick di Nardo - - - - _Violin
SHE HAS SPEED [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 1 December 1927
SHE HAS SPEED The _stenographer we require , ran the ad , must be fast , absolutely accurate , and _must have human intelli gence . If you are not a crackerjack , don t bother us . One of the answerers wrote that she noted their advertisements , and went on : Your advertisement appeals to me strongly—stronger than prepared mustard—as I have searched Europe , Airope , Irope , and Hoboken in quest of some one who could use my talents to advantage . When it comes to this chin-music proposition , I have never found man , woman or dictap hone who could get first base on me , either fancy or catch-as-catch-can . I write shorthand so fast that I have a specially prepared pencil with a platinum point and a water-coiling attachment , a note pad made of asbestos , ruled with sulphuric acid and stitched with catgut . I run with my cut-out open at all speeds , and am , in fact a guaranteed , double hydraulic-welded _, drop-forged and oil tempered specimen of _human lightning on a perfect thirty...
SHERATON PYRALIN [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 1 December 1927
SHERATON PYRALIN The Striking New Period Patter n Sheraton marks a new departure in toilet-ware . Its design follows the graceful contours of the famous Sheraton period fiiiniture . ms exquisite pattern with black in contrast with pearl and amber _ ors and its originality of design , will be welcomed by women cveryviiere . We are now showing it in special sets for the holidays . A BIG IF Yesterday I was within an ace of having a six-cylinder car given me . How was that ? When I was coming out of my door I saw the car in front of the house . I know the owner , so I went up to him and said : I _say , give me this car . _Well ? If the fellow had said _Yes instead of no the car would have been mine . —Tid Bits .
HEAD'S CAMERA STORE [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 1 December 1927
HEADS CAMERA STORE Highest-grade Photo Finishing that s our promis e to you for every roll of f ilm that you leave here . 109 N . AURORA STREET THOSE DEAR GIRLS Maud—After the proposel he said he _considered himself the luckiest man on earth . Marie—Ah ! Then you refused him . Unpremeditated A small boy had fallen into a creek , and a kind old lady had stopped _until he was rescued and safely on the bank . Dear me ! How did you come to fall in ? she queried . I didn t come to fall in , he explained , I came to fish .
YELLOW BIRD STATIONERY STORE [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 1 December 1927
YELLOW BIRD STATIONERY STORE Telephone 8655 V . L . Burgess Embossing Engraving Invitations Programs _All _Conservatory dies in _stock ITHACA , NEW YORK 24 Hour Service 107 Seneca St . PERSONAL ENGRAVED CHRISTMAS CARDS Place your order now for your _personal engraved Christmas Cards _before the lines are broken . The new design s are now read y . Etchings seem most in favor this year . Cards from 5c each to 50 cents each THE CORNER BOOK STORE
SIGMA SIDELIGm [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 1 December 1927
SIGMA SIDELIGm Vacation being over , _the Sigmas are again at work with _their usual _oep and enthusiasm . Those who attended _the Penn-Cornell game are Kitten Evans , Mary Louise Evans , Kitty Hill , Amelia Robb and Virginia _Williams . Sigma Alpha Iota house was open over Thanksgiving . We entertained at dinner , Mr . and Mrs . G . C . _Williams , Mrs . Williams father , Mr . Robertson , and Mr . and Mrs . Davis of SIaterville . A formal musical was held Tuesday Evening , November 29 th . We were pleased to have as guests our patronesses and friends of the Fraternity . A very pleasing program was given and delightful refreshments were served . / _£
_FHE HOUSE SCORES _GRE A T SUCCESS [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 1 December 1927
_FHE HOUSE SCORES _GRE A T SUCCESS _FHE SERVANT IN On Friday and Saturday , Nov . 18 and 19 , the p aculty of the Williams School of Expression and Dramatic Art , presented Charles Rann Kennedy s The Servant in the House . The play , uni que in its conception of the Christ returned to the life of today , _is a splendidly forcefu l thing to begin with , and the interpretations given by Mr . Williams in the title role , Mr . Tallcott as the brother Robert Smith , and John Nash as the humbug Bishop , Good Shepherd , the cast assembled on the stage , the consecration of it lent an added beauty to the play . From the first _moment when Manson , the butler , turned his face to the audience , one dramatic moment after another held them spell bound . Not only was the rendering of the _lines very , very fine indeed , but there were moments , _especially in the work of Dean Tallcott , when the pantomimic work even surpassed the speaking . _In order that the _whole atmosphere of preparation mi...
REFLECTIONS [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 1 December 1927
REFLECTIONS Said our editor , the other night , _When _vou get home , dash off something for _the ONCE-A-WEEK ; won t you please ? And we _, _being naturall y lazy and not much good at casually _composing stuff began im . mediately to _think of all the _reasons why m , shouldn t comply . And there were heaps and heaps of beauiiful excuses . We can t write anything of _interest . And were so awfull y rushed with school worl , And we have so many _responsibilities . And peop le expect us to do this , that and the other thing . So you really can t expect us to _contiibme , can you ? But Then we stopped to reflect . And it seemed like , may be , It _is our school paper ! And it is conscientiously edited ! And it is a big job—with darned little pav ! And if our editors can _sit up half the nigh ( as they often do try ing to put out a fine _paper for us , why can t we help a little—just _Dccaiiin .- all y ? Any real reason ? Lots of us can write ; and write prdl . i _well _, too . And _, ...