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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 29 November 1926
_November Special Absolutely all pure Wool Sweater . Crew Necfc —full length—very best value we ever offered —two colors , Black or Hunters Red—regular value $7.50 , Monday s price $5.50 Cash . For Men—for Women—for Boys—for Girls . Treman , King &amp; Co Athletic Goods Outfitters for every Sport COME TO US We _will Do our Best to Accommodate You ITHACA HOTEL BARBER SHOP Burns _^ Bakery Try our English Fruit Cake , Plum Pudding Special for Xmas .
Did We Like It ! [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 6 December 1926
Did We Like It ! DR . FREDERICK MARTIN Dean of Martin _Institute for Speech Correction In Assembly this morning , we were given a glance behind _scenes of the Martin Institute for Speech Correction , and well have to hand it to them , wont we ? When it comes to bucking right up against _dimcullie-. and chasing them out of sight , _—well , —the _honors go to M . I . Perhaps you would like to meet them—yes ? All right , —here goes : You know the little chap , —the very little one , —that is Teddy Delingers _; from Reading , Pennsylvania . Gentlemen prefe r blondes?—well we _all like _Helen Brett _, from Macort City , Iowa . She has been attending Rockford College , but is now seriously _considering Syracuse University . Of _course _you noticed Sally Anderson , —the little girl , who _comes from Macon , Georgia , and is a Georgia Wesleyan _fiirl . That striking girl , with the mischievous twinkle in her eye _; _., —that is _. Ada Montgomery , from Charlotte , North Carolina . She i _&a...
Calendar for Week of December 6 , 1926 [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 6 December 1926
Calendar for Week of December 6 , 1926 Mon . A . M . 8:15— _-Dr . Frederick Martin in Assembly . 9:00—Chaperons Meeting—Williams Hall . P . M . 7:00—Ithaca Alumni Club—Elocution Hall . 7:00—House . Meeting—Williams , Newman , Grim _!; 7:00—Sigma Meeting—Sorority House . 7:30—Mu Phi Meeting—Sorority House . _8:15—Orchestra Concert—Little Theatre . Tues . P . M . - +: 00—Student Recital—Little Theatre . 7:00—Amard Meeting—Chapter Room . 7:30—Phi Mu Alpha Meeting . 8:15— The Ruined Lady —Little Theatre . Wed . P . M . 2:30—Matinee Performance The Ruined Lady . 8:15— The _Ruined _- Lady —Little Theatre . Thurs . P . M . 8:15— The Ruined Lady —Little Theatre . Fri . P . M . 8:15— The Ruined Lady —Little Theatre . Sat . P . M . 2:30—Matinee The Ruined Lady —Little Theatre . 8:15— The _Ruined- Lady —Little Theatre . Sun . P . M . 3 : 30—Conway Band Concert—Little Theatre . Mon . A . M . 8:15—Christmas Song Fest . —Assembly . P . M . S : 15— Honor Bright —Little Theatre . Sunday Afternoon ,...
Honor _Bright [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 6 December 1926
Honor _Bright A Comedy in Three Acts by Meredith _Nic holson and _Kenyan Nicholsii n Presented by The Williams School of _Expression December 13, 1926 8:15 P . M . _Little Theatre CAST Mrs . Lucy Barrington - - - - - Richard Barrington ------ The Rev . William Carton - - - - Mrs . Peggy Carton ------ Honor Bright ------- Rev . James Schooley - - - - - Bill Drum ------- Jot Marvel ------- Watts -------- Annie --------- Maggie -------- Foster -------- Michael --------- Simpson -------- Jones - - The first Orchestra _Concert of the year will be g iven tonight in the _Little _Theatre . Dr . Reieeer will make his initial bow to the Ithaca public tonight as conductor of our splendid orchestra . Our own Edith Kimple will be the soloist and the will be played : Overture to Coriolanus - - - - - Air on G String - - - - - Piano Solo—Legend of St . Francis Walking on the Waves Symphony in G Minor -----. Now for the sordid necessity—tickets ! The regular Students _tickets are 25 cts—if you sell ...
Blue Notes [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 6 December 1926
Blue Notes A Weekl y Colyum by D . J . S . CHRISTMAS IS COMING , THE TURKEY IS FATPLEASE PUT A PENNY IN THE OLD MANS HAT ! ( Do they mean Pa s hat ? He says Christmas is an awful strain on his pocket _book . ) . When there s lots and lots of snow and ice , And lots of fir and holly , And just a bit of mistle toe , And every body s jolly , — And _little socfcs hang in a row , Agape for ball or dolly , And Ma forgets to say Eat slow , It s Christmas-time , by golly ! LILTING LIMERICKS NO . 2 • An ambitious soprano from Ga ., Sang the role of Lucretia Ba ., Said a friend the next day , You were lovely , but say , Those high notes , my darling , sure fla ! CONSERVATORY ALPHABET ( or Songs my Mother Goose Taught me , by Dorry Duckling ) A is for Aldrich , who floats on high C s ; B is for Beeler , who blows in the band ; C is for Conway , who can t help but please ; D is for Dunnie , we all think he s grand ; E is for Egbert , the first in our hearts ; F is for Fox , a magician , we hear...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 6 December 1926
Iis for Ithaca , where we all study ; Jis for Julie , and Johnny , and Jake ; Kis for Kavanaugh , smiling and ruddy Lis the Lessons we all love to take ; Mis for Music of exquisite beauty ; Nis for Nelson who plays with great _vim ; 0 is for Ott , who makes pleasure of duty ; Pis for Pat , the strong maid of the Gym . _... Qis the Questions most all teachers ask . Ris for Robert , whose verse would shock Lowell Sis for Snyder who frowns on a flask ; Tis for Tallcott , whose Dutch makes us howl ; Uis for Ula , a little frosh lassie ; V for Virginia , the . state or the girl ; W for Pres . Williams who wants us to pass the X aminations that make our heads whirl . Yis for You who have mastered this riddle , Zis for Zeigler and Zeiiff , who fiddle . Finis .
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 6 December 1926
7 ———————- ANNOUNCEMEN T OF PRIZE COMPETITION What two famous _musicians originated _the following bons mots ? A suitable prize , and public recognition will be awarded the first man , woman , or child to send in the correct names . 1. Question : Can you write a cantus ? Ans .: Oh , canti ! 2. Question : Has Verdi been composing latel y ? Ans .: No , ma am , he has been decomposing . ONCE-A-WEEK
"THE ONCE-A-WEEK " [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 6 December 1926
THE ONCE-A-WEEK Student Publication of the Ithaca Conservatory and Affiliated Schools Ithaca , New York GENBVIEVE ELLIOTT ------- Editor-ln-Chlef KATHRYN BOYLES ------ _• i _ _ _&gt;• Associate _Editors EVELYN BOZMAN ------- J _EVELYN SWANK ------- _Business Manager MARIE BARTON ----- Assistant _Business Manager
Who ' s Who At the Con [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 6 December 1926
Who s Who At the Con By K . V . B . Mabel Varner _, who is rapidl y becoming an added attraction at the Wisteria . Gustav Nelson , who is becoming excused from some of his classes because of his _superior knowledge which is discouraging to his lesser classmates . Alfred Patten _, whom we nominate as the champion boy Pollyanna —his smile is invincible . Anne Little _, who doesn t mind telling that the little part of her name may change , soon ! ( For further information ; see the third _finger of her left hand . ) Lee _Stabler , who is our best example of How to be happy , though married . Lee lives only for holidays and various _week-ends . Jane Woods , who has the most permanent wave at the Con . Coe Kyser , who evidently has a monopoly on the fur trade , judgin _g from the different coats we ve seen her strutting . Lester McWilliams _, who believes that indifference ( when worn by a handsome man ) is the best recipe for _knocking em cold ! Floyd Fox , who is the cat s meow when it...
Twelfth Night Revels [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 6 December 1926
Twelfth Night Revels The Amards _ are planning the big event of the season , — The Twelfth Night Revels _, which will come on Thursday night , December 16. Watch out for the carollers—they ll be around about dinner time that evening . If there s one time when the true Christmas Spirit simply permeates everything , and joy and happiness run high and wide its on this big night of the Revels . The Amards want to say A Merry Christmas to everyone , and a _gloriously happy Vacation . What time shall I come ? Come after dinner . That _s what I was coming after . I m looking for a job . Well , I like your looks but I can t afford more help But _, I won t be much help . Can you drive with one hand ? You bet I can . Have an apple .
A Bird ' s-eye View of the Mu Phi Dance [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 6 December 1926
A Bird s-eye View of the Mu Phi Dance ( Some Bird !) dere ma and pa—say you shud orter have sene the swell dauss them mu phis had the uther nite . the plaice _wuz all dekerated with orung and blak striemers and korn stawks , and they had onest to gosh punch and ficksins with a kullerd man to serv it ! them gals wuz dressed up fit to kil in thare best bib and tucker , gol durn if i wudent have daussd with them miself . Thare wuz a awkestra whut shoor new how to play hot gaqg—thay shoor went sum and them gals and thare partner _s steppd some ! all i kan say iz i hope they hav anuther wun soon so i kan watch agen i got pritty kold out on the sidewawk but it wuz werth it i must gloze now . i have a bad kold hoping you arr the saim , i an yore luving sun _, Bozo _. D . S . _Walsh .
Alumni News [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 6 December 1926
Alumni News Miss Evelyn Speakman 26 spent Thanksgiving vacation at the Sigma Alpha Iota House . Miss Speakman is teaching Public School Music in Carthage , N . Y . Miss Marion Waite 26 , of Glens . Falls , N . Y . spent the week-end in Ithaca . _. Marion is now busy with the organization of a dramatic club for the New York Times , N . Y . C . Miss Helen Konesik 23 who is teaching Physical Education in Hamburg _, N . Y ., spent her Thanksgiving vacation _as the guest of Everetta Fisher of Egbert Hall .
Mu Phi Epsilon [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 6 December 1926
Mu Phi Epsilon Sparky s many friends will be glad to know that she ha _&gt; _, returned from the Conklin Sanitorium . She ib rapidly improving and will soon be back to her classes . _Miss _. Marga ret Tilton- is spending a few days at her home in Asbury Park , N . J . Regular Sorority _meeting was held Monday evening .
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 6 December 1926
I ve heard it said in byegone days That women should have gentle ways ; That they did not have brains _enough To spend on any business stuff . But , here _is proof enough no doubt ; Men aren t the only ones about . For though these girls are mild and meek They superintend the Once-a-Week . M . E .
Newman Hall [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 6 December 1926
Newman Hall Pajama parties ! No one ever had a better one than we did last week . The tables were shoved together to form a U in the dining room and the committee had _decorated them beautifull y . We had one glorious time—with plenty of eats ! A program _followed the ice cream and some of us very nearly had _hysterics when Ev Anthony read her recipe . We danced a wee bit _, and Marie Barton and her room-mate Mitzl Simons announced that they can now Charleston with mules on . However we can be very dignified too . A week ago Sunday we gave a tea in honor of Miss Sherrill and her friend Mademoiselle—Tan Moesta sure likes to ask questions in French—and it wasn t long before she and Mile . were chatting away like old friends . The program for the afternoon was well planned and we enjoyed it very much . Ev Bozeman gave some readings , Huffie sang a character bong . Ruth Dawson and Mary Hayes each played the piano and Adele Heyman read . We are giving another tea on Sunday the twentyfirs...