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GROWING UP TO CHRISTMAS [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 15 December 1927
GROWING UP TO CHRISTMAS When we were small _, how small our Christmas was ! It comprised just _those hours between four A . M . —a fearfull y excited four A . M . and nine P . M . —a very drowsy , dispeptic nine P . M . It was just as large as the little circle _beneath the tree where lay our gifts—new dolls , skates _, picture books , and red hair ribbon _s . The next day we arose wearil y , gazed with jaundiced eye upon the _superfluity of toys , the superfluity of candy , —the half eaten _pieces _lying here , the chunks trodden in the carpet there—and the superfluity of too-rich fruit cake and turkey hash . When we grew larger , how _Christmas widened out ! It took in the Sunday School , with our pre _sents for little children to whom Santa _unaccountabl y did not _come—muchly beloved aunis and grandmothers who must be remembered—ah , those _days when _seventy cents would buy seven Christmas gifts—or even more _, if one bought some handkerchiefs for a nickle ! And now—how infinit...
MR . LAUTNER BACK FROll INTERESTING TOUR [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 15 December 1927
MR . LAUTNER BACK FROll INTERESTING TOUR Mr . Lautner has been touring New _EnEM for a short time giving some concerts _unditi auspices of the Harvard Clubs of _Bostoi ii , New York . While in Boston he had airic | view with Kousevitsky relative to _• iinging i _leading Tenor Role in Le Roi David I _: Honegger which is to have it s _first Boston _? 1 formance this spring . Mr . Lautner has also had _concert- _, w - . in Evansville and Indianapolis , _Illinoi ; _Zi ™ ville and Columbus , Ohio , and in Pitt _ _. _bJi _; _. • The lady _candidate was _makinp a _hoi ! ! hOuse _call with the obect of _trying t » _^ : c . Good morning , Mrs . J ones _, _she said s « _- ; as the door of one house was opened _id _11 knock _, may I hope that your husand _ill _3 port me ? Support you ? echoed Mrs . Jones _« • _• _ _ sniff . Not the least likely ; why , e ain _t _» ported me for over a year , and I m his Poor old Miss Mayden came _near g _ herself into trouble last night . She s _6 according to...
MRS . HADLEY HAVING BIG SUCCE SS [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 15 December 1927
MRS . HADLEY HAVING BIG SUCCE SS _This year I . C . M . is unfortunat _e in not having Mrs . Ethel A . Hadley , former head of _the sociology department back . But it is evident that the Washington Irving Hi gh School , Tarrytown , N . Y ., is very fortunate , _in that she is teaching dramatics there and proving herself successful , as she always did in every kind of work in the Conservato ry . The Tarrytown Daily News was very effusive in its appreciation of her ability , and concluded the splendid write-up with the statement— There is no question but that a great share of the praise for the splendid performances of last night are due her . Mrs . Hadley coached and presented the following _, the scope of which was comedy and tragedy ; laughter and tears ; life and death . The Managers by Joseph C . Lincoln . Riders of the Sea by John Mullington Station Y _Y Y Y by Booth Tarkington Mrs . Hadley has shown us in many ways , her _excellent interpretations of plays and we can well under...
I HEAR IN THE _MOOK [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 15 December 1927
I HEAR IN THE _MOOK That . _—The band gave a _concert in M |) ,,, Monday night , and that Moravia l _;|;( s . 1 just as well as we do . That . —Mildred Slingerland and Doris _B-l were sick and had to come home for a vV _, } We hope teaching doesnt effect any more _ail . uates that way . That . —Gen Herrick has to _wear dark g _^ y _, occasionally because some of _the band _h-n get so bright . That . —M ary Aldrich and Paul _Later r _» stuck in a snow bank coming home _from Conland the other nitc . That . —Nick di Nardo is to take _Don _Chatta to Newark with him for the _Christina _; _, \ iy . tion . Nick has promised to introduce _Dun all the good looking women on Long Ish ; i At that rate , they won t be back until _siiir _/ _aa . That . —Mr . Conway is to broadca _st lu W . E . A . F . Monday nite at 9:30. That . —Miss Aldrich is to sing from _fl . l Y . R . _Syracuse , December 27 th . That . —Genevieve Peters , Doroth y _Clail _^ and Eleanor Packard broadcasted from is Lutheran ...
"THE ONCE-A-WEEK " [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 15 December 1927
THE ONCE-A-WEEK _Published ever ) Thursday morning by students in the _Ilhaca _Conservatory and Affiliated Schools KATHERINE V . BOYLES - - - Edito r ELSIE WATERS - - - - ) MARY EVELYK MASON - - \ Associate Editors MARIE _BARTON- - - - _Business Manager GENEVIEVE HERRICK - Associate Business Mgr . SUBSCRIPTION RATES For thirty weeks _, ( beginning _September 22 nd _, _every _week _except _regular School Holidays ) , $1.50 Single copy—five cent _; _.. Forms close Friday noon _before _publication . However _, last minute _notices may be received as late as Monday noon . » Printed by the _NORTON PRINTING COMPANY , Ithaca , N . _Y .
LET'S GET TOGETHER MORE [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 15 December 1927
LETS GET TOGETHER MORE _Seldom _have we seen such a spirit of _friendly rivalry and good will in the Con as prevailed at the Six Student Scampers last Friday night . It was a student show , sponsored by the Student Council , backed by the student body , to pay off a student debt . Everyone went and enjoyed it . And they didn t mind showing that they enjoyed it . The applause was spontaneous and whole-hearted and all the congratulations were perfectly sincere . It s when we work for a thing that it becomes the dearer and nothing _promotes school spirit like working for the school . It s true that in a school like this evecyone is working to develop some individual talent but just the same , most of us are here for two or three years and as long as we re a part of the unit why not get together more and pull for the school ?
OCCULT TO ASSIST IN ONCE-A-WEEK [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 15 December 1927
OCCULT TO ASSIST IN ONCE-A-WEEK _Beginning with the first _issue of the New Year the Once-A-Week will emp loy the aid of a very famous mystic in running a futuristic column . This feature will include the future activities of Conservatory students . It is very simple to obtain past , present _, or even near future news about people but we feel very fortunate in being able to record joys and _sorrows which will occur in perhaps ten or fifteen years from now . Watch for the prophecies of _the new mystic . _He mav have some great revelation for you !
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 15 December 1927
_Photographers by appointment to leading _Colleges and Universities VISITORS TO _STUDIO WELCOME 306 E . State St . 220-222 _West 142 St ., _New York WINDING UP THE INGERSOLL Robert Ingersoll was famous for the library of infidel _books which he possest . One day a report er called on Mr , Ingersoll for an interview _, and among other questions , _asked : Would you mind telling me how much your library cost you , Mr . Ingersoll ? Well , my boy , those books cost me _, anyhow , the governor _shi p of _Illinois , and perhap _s the Presidency of the United States !—Contact . The cynic aver . s that the first word Eve _learned was Gimme . THE VANITY FAIR SHOPPE Bea _uty Parlor - - Finge r Waving Le Mur Per . Waving Phone 8480 WHILE OVER AT BAKER Red and green streamer _s _Silver icicles Big bri ght bells Colored lights Music Dancing Bridge _Punch Candles A jolly crowd Sandwiches Candy _Toasted inarshrnallows Funny little paper hats _Cookies Ice Cream _Fud ge LAUGHTER and MERRIMENT and - ...
REELS FROM REAL LIFE [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 15 December 1927
REELS FROM REAL LIFE ( Phi Mu Alpha ) Finale . The Six Student Scampers having Scamped successfully before a _pj appreciative audience , the Brothers of Sinfonia extend a hand _roneMtulat ion to the Phi _Delts for their success in the well known _nest . Sunday nig ht a new _class of Pledges started upon the journey of mbership in Sinfonia , there were twelve in all and the first lap of journ ey proved successful . Brother Carleton Stewart left Saturday for Iowa where he will nd Chri _stmas vacation with his parents . Nearly everyone is ociied with Holiday plans . Despite the fact that the Band went to Moravia Monday ni ght for concert there has been some study partaken of by some of the others _. Brother Nettleton was noted to take a _text book in hand ently and after carefully removing the dust from the cover thereof an a vigorous campaign to find where he left off . As the _reel draws to a close so endeth a rough account of the deals _, performances and activities of the members o...
IFTS FOR THE OLD FOLKS [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 15 December 1927
IFTS FOR THE OLD FOLKS _Give them something useful , and feel _assured that it _will be reciatcd . A good Hot Water Bottle , or Hospital Pig—to keep _eet warm . A House or Fever Thermometer to test _the ther or their temperature . An Air cushion , if they are feeble . don t forget a Box of Samoset Chocolates for Mother , or a or cigars for Father . We have a large variety .
"KICK-IN" TO BE PRESENTED [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 15 December 1927
KICK-IN TO BE PRESENTED A brand new play , a play that thrills and chills , will be given in the Little Theatre , on the Friday evening after vacation . And , as usual , Saturday afternoon at 2:30 and evening at 8:15 also . Tickets may be reserved at the front office . There are three _, types of audiences . First , the one which loves to weep ; second , the one which loves to laugh ; third , the one which responds to the mystery element , and revels in the creeping waves of fear that can play up and down ones backbone . Kick-In was written to suit all three kinds . There is not one person in the world , whose soul will not be kindred in some w ay , to at least a tiny part of this play . There are so many different emotions and values in it . And the cast , especially the leads , is excellent in its work . It is as follows : Deputy Commissioner Garvey - Ralph Rider Whip Fogarty - - - Ray Hal _! Jack Diggs - - - _Roland Fernand Memphis Bessie - - _Kathenne Bay les Myrtle Sylvester - ...
MU PHI EPSILON [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 15 December 1927
MU PHI EPSILON Good morning , dear readers , this is _sir _., LAMBDA broadcasting from 307 _\ . f , _^ Street , Ithaca , New York . We have _ _. o _inl to announce this morning that we _[ icarcelvin _, where _to begin but here goes . _Firt _. t of all _« . wish to congratulate the _members _, of Phi _Bih Pi on winning the cup Friday night and _A to mention the fact that Mu Phi came in i _» . ond , receiving honorable mention . The _usa of our act was Lambda Lady Loves . . _• _IIH _; Music used by the stringed quartett e in lie _a was arranged by Marjory Seeley . It s all _ns now , but _while it lasted it was _greal fc This is only a suggestion , but there haie ta comments made to the point that _putliig _n an act is much easier than selling subscri ? a so why not make some more money tor i year book by repeating at _least the _best _a given if not all of them ? But enough oft frivolous ! Let us turn to more serious ifa Sunday afternoon , Dec . llth , Lambda rilffl of Mu Phi Epsilon ...
A COLLEGE GIRL SPEAKS TO _HER MOTHER [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 15 December 1927
A COLLEGE GIRL SPEAKS TO _HER MOTHER And _it s peace and good will to you , mother my dear ? Id forgotten the legend of old , The angels song , and I bought for you A mere hollow gift , made of gold . But oh see now I bring to you—only the _days I shall live in the year-that s-to-be . The days I shall live all as gently , as true , As though mother-my-dear walked by me . And it s peace and good will to you , —I scan the cards _, Some so dignified , some all so bright ; But oh mother my dear , all my message for you Is in letters I failed so to write ! And it s peace and good will to you , mother my dear ? I am bringing no treasure , no pelf , I come empty handed at Christmas to you , I am bringing you back—myself !
ANNUAL TWELFTH NIGHT REVELS TONIGH1 [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 15 December 1927
ANNUAL TWELFTH NIGHT REVELS TONIGH1 Little Boy— Please may I have my arrow ? Lady— Certainly , where is it ? _Little Boy— I think it is sticking in your cat . —Railway Carmen s Journal . We heard of the sad case of a Scotchman who was engaged to a girl who became so fat that he _ wanted to break off the engagement . But the girl couldn t gel the ring off so he had to _marry her . —Goblin . The Amards will celebrate their annual Twelfth Night Revels tonight at the Ithaca Hotel . The banquet will start at seven oclock hut carollers in costume will sing in all _the The Revels are open to all students of _the Williams School of Expression and have al-
SIGMA SIDELIGHTS [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 15 December 1927
SIGMA SIDELIGHTS _Sigma Alpha Iota was glad to participate in Stunt Ni ght Friday _evening _. December 9 th . We are looking forward to the event next year . The fraternity was proud to pledge the following girls , Sunday afternoon _, Dec . llth : Mary Linton , Mildred Brownell , Leona Arthur , Maxine Warntz , Mildred Alderfe r , Sara Miller , Gladys Shorey , Charlotte Andrews , Dorothy Hewitt , Evelyn Johnson , Caroline Koch , Isabel Eisenberg , Virg inia Williams . Faculty meeting , followed by a Christmas party was held at our hou _» e Tuesday evening December 13. The _girls were very pleased to act as hostess . On arriving home from the concert at Bailey Hall Wednesday evening _, we were surprised to find that Santa had visited us during the evening . Excitement filled the house—under the lighted Christmas tree we unwrapped our presents which were characteristic to each individual . Tasty refreshments were served and when a calmness again reigned , _carols were sung which left u...
A DORMITORY DUMBELL [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 15 December 1927
A DORMITORY DUMBELL The other day a large Packard car ran over the Banks of a river , and a Ward of a distinguished man , was nearly drowned in the Waters . She was rescued however , by Some ( r ) sons ( s ) who were hunting a Stagg and a Fox . The girl was perfectly Frank when asked Howe hhe was , and said _, No Moore for me ! And I shall insist that a Barr be placed at that point where the Waters , Boyle ( s ) , and Seep through the Banks , Just then a Merriman , with a Whitehead . rushed up , and said _, Are you one of those Conn Janes ? The girl answered , Yes , and I Doane know Howe to get back . The Merriman told her his son and grandson , the two Peters , _would take her . She thanked him _, and said she wouldn t miss this for anything _. Minus nothing . —Banks Hall ....
BROWN & DELAVAN [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 15 December 1927
BROWN &amp; DELAVAN Established 1870 Hallmar k Jewelers 156 E . State Street Ithaca , N . Y . Little Willie— Say , Pa ? Father— Well , what is it my son ? L . W . — Who loses all the faults our neighbors find ? The early bird catches the worm . So does the early chestnut