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PRESIDENT WILLIAMS LEAVING [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 26 January 1928
PRESIDENT WILLIAMS LEAVING President George C . _Williams , of the Ithaca Conservatory of Music and affiliated schools , is leaving February first , for Europe , where he will participate with _. Mrs . Williams , his daughter , and his brother-in-law , in an extended tour across the continent and England . They are leaving New York City on the S . S . Empress of Scotland , taking the Mediterranean cruise . This _is one of the most delightful _cruises of the year , and the travellers have a voyage before them of happy anticipations , delightfu l actualities , and a fund of endless remembrances . By water , Pres . Williams and his fellowtravellers , will visit Naples , Venice , Athens , Dardenells , Constantinople , Alexandria , and back to Nap les again . From this point , by auto , ( his own car , by the way , ) they will tour through Rome , Florence , Pisa , Genoa , Nice , and Paris , where they will stay ten days , and from there will follow a week s tour through Normandy and Brit...
BIG MID-WEEK PRODUC TION OF "TWELFTH NIGHT" TO BE PRESENT -ED _TOMORROW AND SATURDAY [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 26 January 1928
BIG MID-WEEK PRODUC TION OF TWELFTH NIGHT TO BE PRESENTED _TOMORROW AND SATURDAY The long and lengthy cast for Twelfth Night has appeared faithfully and patiently , morning , afternoon , and night for rehearsals , and at last the grand climax is approaching . Twelth Night will be presented in three performances , Friday night , Saturday afternoon , and Saturday night . This is one of Shakespeares best comedies and we wish he might be here himself and puff up with pride at the splendid line interpretation and character portrayal . Miss Kathryn Rothermel , in role of Viola , makes a _goodly _lad and proves an excellent foil for the proud and haughty Countess Olivia , convincingly handled by Virginia Kuschke . Youll have a roaring good time watching Martha Minus as the agile and graceful clown , and the two screamingly funny comedy characters , Sir Toby Belch , played by John Nash and Sir Andrew played by FIoyd Fox . Marshall Whitehead , as Malvolio , _almost steals the scenes in which...
HENRY MORGENTH A U'S MORAL RULES FOR SUCCESS [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 26 January 1928
HENRY MORGENTH A US MORAL RULES FOR SUCCESS 1. Do not use any _profane _words . 2. Do not eat much _sweet food , _as it dart _. _ens the mind . 3. Always speak the truth . 4. Spend nothing _unnecessarily , for if you nvi when you are young you can spend when old , _5. Never be _idle , as it will cause you to _thill of wrong things . 6. Talk little but think much . 7. Study daily , or _else your knowledge wi ! l not improve . 8. Keep your own secrets , for if you do at keep them , no one will keep them for _you . 9. Make few . promises , but if you _male _any —fulfill them . 10. Never speak evil of anyone . 11. Work for your employer as _thouRh it wr for _yourself . 12. Deal fairly and honestly with your ( dim clerks , but be not too intimate . 13. Be not inquisitive . 14. Neither borrow nor lend if avoidable . 15. Trust none too much , but _be not distnistfil . 16. Be not vain , for vanity is the dcstmcim of man . 17. _Be grateful for the smallest _favor . 18. Never leave for tomorr...
ETHEL BARRYMORE URG ES CORRECTLY SPOK -EN ENGLISH AS FOUND -ATION FOR STAGE CAREER [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 26 January 1928
ETHEL BARRYMORE URG ES CORRECTLY SPOKEN ENGLISH AS FOUNDATION FOR STAGE CAREER Before you can begin to act you must learn to speak correct English . I don t mean _merely grammatically correct . I mean with a complete absence of any recognizable accent . If you speak with a southern drawl , a western burr or a Yankee twang _, you aren t ready _. for the stage . And I don t mean that you should learn to speak with an English accent either . You must learn to speak that international , unaccented English which _is the common possession of educated _people in all parts of _the
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 26 January 1928
SNAPPY Patient— Doctor , what are my chances ? Doctor— Oh , pretty good , but don t start reading any long continued stories . VOCATIONAL And now , children , said the school teacher , since weve finished the lesson in public speaking for the benefit of those who may become transatlantic aviators , we shall devote an hour to public silence to tiain you for the presidency . —Life . _Wr do it _hotter — Bar _ber n _ork _that ple _ases ITHACA HOTEL BARBER SHOP BRASH EAR AND ALEXANDER , Pl-OpS . The vicar _was taking to task one of his flock . William , he laid , I hear that you have been raising false hopes in several maiden hearts . If _rumor _does not _lie , you are engaged to one girl in this village , another in Little Mudford and a third in Litchley . How do you come to do such a thing ? William grinned uneasily . Why , parson , he explained , _I ve got a bicycle . The Robinson Studio invites you to come in and look over our work Photographer _to _the Cayugan 212-214 E State St . T...
BUSH & DEAN , Inc . [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 26 January 1928
BUSH &amp; DEAN , Inc . No doubt old Methuselah had _days when _he couldn t decide which _ruing generation to worry about most . ATWATERS The Store _With Everything To Eat Try a box of Aplet Candy for $1.00 I made an awful mistake _this morning . I gave my husband a dish _of _Lux by mistake for cornflakes . Was he mad ? Ill say he was . He foamed at the mouth .
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 26 January 1928
Mr . Williams will read The Shepherd of the Hills at Faculty _Recital this afternoon at _4- o clock . ACCESSORIES FOR THE EVENING COSTUME Rhinestone Buckles Silver Laces Rhinestone Ornaments Gold Laces Rhinestone Flowers Silver Flowers _Rhinestone Trimmings Gold Flowers Fluffy Silk Flowers — Hair Bands — Silk Hosiery
Page 5 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 26 January 1928
The Prices We are offering on Leather Windbreakers , Lamblined Coats , Corduroy Coats , Leather Coats , and Fur Coats are so low we are ashamed to tell in cold print , so ask you to come in and let us whisper them to you . If you have the cash you ll certainl y buy one . Trewicm , _King &amp; Co _. Athletic Goods Department 2 nd Floor
_R^^ _^ H _^^^^^^ [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 26 January 1928
_R^^ _^ H _^^^^^^ After every band concert we search our vocabularies for some word or words _which will adequately express our _feelings _concerning it . Then always we _go back to the same old phrases . Sunday we certainly had a real treat and were just _as proud as we can be that our school has such a band . Everyone will surely be interested in this letter which Mr . Conway received from the president of the General Motors , January 6 , _1928 Mr . Patrick Conway , c-o . Mr . Fred Hager _,. 158 W . 45 th St ., New York City , N . Y . Dear Mr . Conway ; Your splendid performance on the General Motors program has brought us many compliments . You deserve our sincere expression of gratitude for the splendid co-operation you have given us , and we hope it may bring you satisfaction to know that your _efforts are greatly appreciated . It is our desire that you sense this sincere regard , and this thank-you note is to personalize the appreciation which we have already requested our _ad...
MU PHI _EPSILON [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 26 January 1928
MU PHI _EPSILON Now that exams are over and every _one feels more safe if not more _aane , perhaps it might be a good idea to start _broadcasting a _bis . _We first wish to _nieiition that _we have added _th-.- _iii _. mes of Edi . n _Ei _&lt; _b- _; rt , Oor . nliy _Clarkson a . _id Genevieve Peter to our list of _pledgees . All Music _lovers _who attended Edith Kimples recital last _Monday evening came away with a _feeling of having heard _something really good . Her _rendition of a very difficult program left _notiiiris to be _desired . Mu _Phis sponsored the recital as one of . the yearl y musicales . The ushers for the evening were _Agnes Reabold , Helen Novotny , Genevieve _Herrici _ , and Mary Louise Barton . Most people believe that all surprises come on Friday but one came to 307 N . Tioga _Street last Monday afternoon when Mrs . Ross Pner _Andersen formerly Miss Catherine Miller , a charter _member of Mu Phi , paid us a _visit . We were glad to welcome her as a Mu ...
ORATION DELIVERED AT WEHE CONCERT [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 26 January 1928
ORATION DELIVERED AT WEHE CONCERT College boy writing home : How do you spell financially ? His friend : F-i-n-a-n-c-i-a-1-l-y and there are two Rs in embarrassed . ___ &lt; Tom was broke . He made up his mind he would call Bill up on the phone and see if he could arrange for loan of ten dollars . The following conversation took place . Hello Bill . Is that you ? _Yes , this is Bill . It doesn t sound like Bill . Well , it is Bill . Are you sure this is Bill ? _Yes , it s Bill . Say , Bill , listen . I m broke . Can you loan me ten _dollars ? All right , _Ill tell him when he _cornea in . Ladies , Gentlemen and Police Officers : By a special request of the artist , I have _been asked to come before you this evening to act as an excuse for Master of Ceremonies . The program of the evening has been divided into three sections _, . but before I discuss it , and while Miss Wehe is preparing herself for the ordeal , permit me to draw a little picture for you ! As you doubtless re...
SIGMA ALPHA IOTA [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 26 January 1928
SIGMA ALPHA IOTA When the editor asked for a special feature for this _issue , we could li nk of nothing more interesting to write about than the one thing ,, rv S . A . I . is thinking , talking , or working _for—the National Convention of 1928. Perhaps some of you _. did not know that Epsilon is to be hostess Chapter for the next Nation _- al Convention to be held June 24-27 , 1928. Other chapters from this province , Boston , Syracuse , Rochester , and Selinserove will assist in entertaining _. We are especially honored in having the Convention meet in Ithaca as this year marks the Silver anniversary of the Fraternity . Lillian Speakman , our Province President _, is ecneral chairman of Convention , and she with the assistance of the committee has already spent many _hours in preparing an unusually attractive program for this year . Some special feature has been arranged for every session and luncheon in addition to our formal banquet . Delegates Musical and other usual Conventio...
LIFE [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 26 January 1928
LIFE 7 he river of life flows onward , Onward to the _sea , With never a thing to stop its fate—For you and for me . Soothe , _with no treacherous current , Our life flows on for awhile And everything seems rosy , And _is met with a cherry smile . But Somewhere there are _falls That dash our joys in two . Then for weeks and weeks and weeks _We re feeling mighty blue . Although we try to meet sorrow With the same old cherry smile—Somehow things seem so hopeless We can t feel that _life s worthwhile . _But out of the darkest moments The cool waves come into sight . The sun , casting shafts of bright golden glances Shimmers and shines in the light . And so our life flows on Smoothly to the end , Where the sunest of our existence Waits peacefully round the bend . —M . L . Berkebile 31 _HITTING NEAR HOME He was a man who had indeed suffered much , says a country paper in a short obituary notice ; he had been a subscriber to this paper since its first number . —Evangelist .
Cold Cutting Winds [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 26 January 1928
Cold Cutting Winds _it color in your cheeks but also makes the skin rough and harsh after exposure _unless you use a good skin lotion . _Brooks _Witch Hazel Cream supplies this _need—Price 35c _u the _other popular brands of Face Creams and Lotions , you xc _advertised in your favorite _Magazines in Stock—
IF POETS HAD PRELIMS [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 26 January 1928
IF POETS HAD PRELIMS AND VAN DYKES FINE PATRIOTISM WOULD HAVE SPOKEN IN CLARION VOICE TENNYSONS LAST VERS ES WOULD HAVE TOUCHED ON THE THOUGHT- It s fine to loaf semester through , to gad about the town—To go to all the movies of advertised renown , But now I guess Ive had enough of _formats and of hops For it is time for finals and the fun all kind of stops . So its home again , and home again , and cram a bit for me ! Theres a Buster Keaton picture and it s where I long to be—But the finals are upon me and I burn the midnight oil ! For once a term I hibernate and show em I can toil ! I know the gorge is great tonight—but something _seems to lack And tho the moons ahead of me , my feet are turning back For in the months that passed me I never cracked a book And now there s information there that sure will stand a look . So it s home again , and home again , and cram a bit for me ! The Cascadilla Glen _is great—it s where I long to be—But the finals are upon me , and I burn the midn...