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CALENDAR [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 26 January 1928
CALENDAR MR . WILLIAMS TO READ _THE SHEPHERD OF THE HILLS PHY ED EXHIBITION _Calendar for Ilir lurc _h _beg _inning Jin _iuiiry 26l h THURSDAY 4 P . M . In the little _Theatre Mr . Williams will give _one of his most popular _monologues , _Harold Bell Wright s Shepherd of the Hill _; _,. _Wherever Mr . _Williams ha _; _, _read this gripping story it has always _been received most _enthusiastically . For that and because it is his last recital before leaving for _Europe , let s turn out _100% strong ! 8:15 P . M . In the Gymnasium the Ithaca School of Physical Education will give its semiannualexhibition . Yes , it s toni ght , folks _, that we will see both Phy Ed faculty and students at their best . Well _see you there .
_FRIDAY [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 26 January 1928
_FRIDAY • _TWELFTH MGHT JUNIOR _FROM _MATINEE _FINAL PERFORMANCE S : 15 P . M . In the _Little Theatre the Williams School _will give big mid-week production _, Shakespeare s Twelfth Night . 11 P . M . In _the gym the Junior Class will be honored by the _Sophomores and the rest of the Conservatory at the Big _From . This will be after the Pla _} too _late yet to get programs so if you haven t _gotten yours see today and tomorrow . _SATURDAY 2:30 P . M . There will be a special _matinee performance of Twelfth Night 8:15 P . M . The _final producti _on of Twelfth Night will be It is seldom that we attempt anything so big . the _first performance of its so everyone can go . It isn ; the Committee in the _lobby given . _Don t miss this plav
"THE ONCE-A-WEEK " [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 26 January 1928
THE ONCE-A-WEEK Published every Thursday morning by students in the Ithaca Conservatory and Affiliated Schools KATHERIME V . BOYLES - - - Editor ELSIE WATERS - - - - ) MARY EVELYN 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 cents . Forms close Friday noon before _publication . _However , _last _minute _notices may be received as late as Monday noon . Printed by the NORTON PRINT _ING COMPANY , Ithaca , N . Y . beauty , wealth , or name to get away with it . In most people it is just frightfully dull and uninteresting . Here we are at the beginning of the second term and scores of us scarcely realize it . We were surprised the week before exams to hear that the next week was exam week , Exam week we were surprised to know that the next week was actually to be Mid-Week . And so we go...
I HEAR IN THE _MOOK [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 26 January 1928
I HEAR IN THE _MOOK That Pat Peters has left the cold north • spend some time in Florida . _There arc a _It ; of other folks who wish they could have _gc : along . That Mrs . Reardon of Schenectady SBnounced the engagement of her daughter _, Elinbeth Reardon 25 to Thomas De Veau , Cord ! 27. That Mary Aldrich spent last week end a Syracuse . _Miss Aldrich seems to be _in Syncuse a good share of the time lately . That Mr . Sopkin accompanied by Miss Edii Kemple , gave a concert in Montour _Falls _Im Monday evening . The Conservatory is teiing forward to a concert by Mr . Soptin _i _ some soon . That Nadia Landon 27 is supervisor ofsp _iri defects in forty schools in Philadelphia . Til looks _like almost a man _sized job . That Virginia Holland 27 has become MB Henry Fiske . -Mr . Fiske is a Ph y Ed . _in structor in Tarrytown . That Banks Hall _has a new storm door . That Avis Holmes is spending a _short _ft at her home in Kane , Pa ., on account of ill _ ness . We . certainly hope s...
"—THE MORE I LIKE MY DOG " [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 26 January 1928
—THE MORE I LIKE MY DOG With all due respect to the man who first invented the saying , I repeat it once more , for the more I _see of some people , the more I do like my dog . By that I do not mean that he is a peer among dogs . He is that , but he is more . Were he simply that , I should say , The more I see of some dogs— . But I really mean it when I say , The more I see of some people— for Roderick Dhu ( such is our hero s name , as the Alger books always say ) hah to a superlative degree so many of those little qualities , so lacking in our fellow men , which makes _life less nawsty . For instance , when I am rushing down town on a few errands , and am going in such garments , and such state of coiffeur as were convenient when I made a break for the door , I say , Want to go along ? to Roderlk Dhu , and he comes—as is . He does not return to his boudoir , put on a _snappier dress _, _acquire a niftier _hair comb , and a smoother case _of powdering than adorns me . He comes as i...
THAT'S A HELP [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 26 January 1928
THATS A HELP After all , we have to live but one day at a time . Sometimes when private lessons and dress rehearsals come the same day one wakes up with the feeling of How shall I ever live through it ? But somehow , one always does . Once in a while a term paper on a _little prelim happens to coincide on an already ghastly day and then one does pessimistically groan , Ill never live through it . And yet , strange as it may seem the death rate from prelims and term papers is surprisingly negligible . This _seems _, strange , too , because they do say that such a strong presentiment of approaching doom usually results in the real thing . Perhaps we are not strongminded , or perhaps our fatal presentiments are false , or perhaps we are not completely susceptible to the power of suggestion . Oh well ! Who cares so long _as—we have to live only one day at a time .
ON THE OTHER HAND [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 26 January 1928
ON THE OTHER HAND Have you _ever met one of those vague _, irresponsible people who never know on Monday that the next day is Tuesday ? At least they seem _gently surprised when reminded that some long advertised and anticipated date is actuall y at hand . Although _! in the world these people are never really a part of it . They always stand on the outside , never _quite understanding or taking part in the real activities of the more enthusiastic . Such a state ultimatel y destroys all personality since we agree that ninety-five per cent of personality is being wide awake . To be so excessively lanquid is becoming to only a very few and these must have either great
_^ [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 26 January 1928
_^ Animal bale now on ; _don t go _elsewhere to be cheated ; come here . A lady wants to sell her piano , she is _going abroad in a strong _^\ 1 _UUJ _tn _ _tlllLB LU _3t * _t 11 _^ 1 _^ Iml _U , _03 _311C _13 _^ _Uilit _; tluluu _u _111 _a _flilullfc _,, iron frame . Wanted , an airy bedroom for a gentleman 22 feet long and 11 feet wide . Recently this line appeared in a daily paper : A carload of bricks came in for a walk through the Park . Let us refresh your _Garments , Gloves , Fur Coats , Bolivia , Party Frocks I hear the _sea captain s wife ran away . Yep , he took her for a mate and _s _, he turned out to _be a _skipper . _Anyone can make good _picture _? with a Kodak . Well _; _, how you tlic complete Kodak li : ie if you ll Mop at our store . _Price $5 up . HEADS CAMERA STORE , 109 N . Auror . i St . Yes , suh , that s my aig—hymn . Your what ? My aig—hymn . I always _sings that _when _I m boilin aigs . Three verses fur soft boiled and five verses fur hard .
MID-YEAR EXHIBITION SCHOOL OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION _THURSDAY , JAN . 26 , 1928 , 8:15 P . M . [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 26 January 1928
MID-YEAR EXHIBITION SCHOOL OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION _THURSDAY , JAN . 26 , 1928 , 8:15 P . M . March by the _School—Seniors , Freshmen , Juniors Day Order— Class _aweaisii _uay _3 _^ _iin _, _i—Juuiui _^ _11133 Mrs . Thorne Miss Lloyd Miss Hugger Dr . Sharp Miss Hugger Dr . Sharpe Mrs . Randolph Mrs . Thorne Dr . Sharpe Miss Hueeer 2. 3. Apparatu s Work—Junior and Freshman 4. Folk Dancing—Freshman Class 5. Low Horizontal Bar—Junior Boys 6. Clogging—Senior Gir ls - - - - 7. Tumbling—Freshman Boys 8. Tactics—Senior Class - - - 9. Playground Games—Freshman _Class 10. Parallel Bars—Senior Boys 11. Interpretive Dancing—Senior Girls ( _rirl « i
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 26 January 1928
Photographers by _appointment to leading Colleges and Universities VISITORS TO STUDIO WELCOME 306 E . State St . 220-222 We _&gt; t 142 St ., _New York A play was produced the _other _-night in a New York theatre and _Ac dramatic critic of a _weekly paper used _exactly six words in his _description of it . He summed it up as quite a lot of not much , which _Kininds us of the American definition of a specialist as a man _who _^ ows more and _more about less and less .
BROWN & DELAVAN [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 26 January 1928
BROWN &amp; DELAVAN Established 1870 Hallmar k Jewelers 156 E . State Street Ithaca , N . Y . Keep your temper , laddie , said an old Scotsman to his _rather fiery tempered son . Never _quarrel with an angry person , especially a woman . Mind ye , a soft answer pays _best . It is commanded , and forbyc _, it _makes them far madder than anything you could _say .