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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 2 February 1928
CALENDAR for the vsceil hcyinning F _ebruary 2 nd THURSDAY P . S . M . Students ! Don t forget _rehearsal of the Glee Club , The uppcr-classmen of the Conservatory will _present recital evening , beginning at 8:15 o clock . _Thursday in _the afternoon , at 3:15 _Little Theatre , _Iniirsda )
FRIDAY [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 2 February 1928
FRIDAY It doesn t _^ _seem _necessary to mention _the _classes _, yet at most important things going . _Get your _schedule handy toward getting settled for the term . this and _time of the _memorize year it ! . they riiaf _s arc n the step
HERE'S AN IDEA [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 2 February 1928
HERES AN IDEA This seems to be just the time of the year , _when Discouragement , with a capital D , floats around all schools and every school _, and therefore our school hasn t escaped . It wickedly rumples the hair of the most extreme optimist , and casts him into deep despondency , it clambers madly into the minds of our teachers as they despair over our exam papers , and consequently our grades are not what we like to show . the folks at home . And because they are not exactly abnormal , we sulk in a corner with much biting of finger-nails , and an occasional tearing of the hair , and many bitter complaints . We quote sarcastically , Have you had your daily suicide ? If not , buy your razor now . Oh , its a great example of companiable misery , and no one thinks of anyone else , unless it s to get together and nurse their hurt feelings , and mix their groans , and pity —Themselves . How about _changing the entire routin _e of personal affairs ? Instead of selling our perfectly ...
INTERESTING [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 2 February 1928
INTERESTING INFANCY OF MUSIC _It is thought that the first musical _instniniet was made far back in the Stone age when _ _. oan one made a simple bow and found that h twanging the string it would make a Muni Then , later some one conceived _^ the idea _el adding other shorter strings to make differe ; sounds . This was the beginning of _the haip . The drum was first made when sections of it _; hides of animals were stretched acros _ i Illlow logs . PROFESSIONAL HORNBLOWER S _Ripon , England , has had an official hmoblower for more than a thousand year _- _.. _Is _- ing up his position in the market _square _jul _before nine o clock each night _, he _inuit send ci a long mournful blast on his horn _before ! sound of the last cathedral chime _dies _. a _ . _n . . II an inhabitant can outblow the hornblo _wer o a contest he gets the job . NIGHT TO BE REMEMBERED The Big Wind _occurred in Ireland on &amp; • night of January 6 , 1839. In Limerick , Gilway and Athlone hundreds of _...
"THE ONCE-A-WEEK " [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 2 February 1928
THE ONCE-A-WEEK Published every Thursday morning by students in the Ithaca Conservatory and Affiliated Schools KATHERINE V . BOYLES - - - Editor ELSIE WATERS - - - - ] MARY EVELYN MASON - - \ _Assoc _• _ate E ( hto 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 NORTO N _PRINTING COMPANY , Ithaca , N . Y . you have a _sense of humor the cutting edge will _be dulled and turned . _Humor not only brings _pleasure to yourself but to everyone who comes in _contact with you —thus making your casual acquaintance want to become your friend _, and best of all a _sense of humor prevents you from taking _yourself too _seriously which means that it helps to give you and the other fellow t...
HAT GOLDEN SENSE OF HUMOR [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 2 February 1928
HAT GOLDEN SENSE OF HUMOR If I were permitted to name the _one quality which has brought more happiness , kept together more homes , cured more illness and won more success than any other quality , I should unhesitatingly say A sense of humor . If you have a sense of humor , you get the laugh that will save your nerves and pull you out of the most disheartening circumstances and misfortunes . For , indeed in your sense of humor lies the one antidote for self pity and _its curse—softening of _the-back bone . The bravest thing man or woman can do is to smile in the face of adversity , and _the most sensible thing—and the easiest thing , if you have a sense of humor . For _, after all , how serious a misfortune is depends upon how seriously you take it . Adversity itself , can not hurt you , only its effect upon you can inflict punishment , and if
CORRECT TIME , PLEASE [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 2 February 1928
CORRECT TIME , PLEASE We were all glad last week when the Conservatory clock stopped and we sincerely hope that hereafter it will be strictl y regulated according to Eastern Time . There is nothing more annoying or harder to live by than several clocks with varying time . There have been weeks this year when we have been late to every class and to all our meals on account of the constant shifting of the clocks . It sounds like a flimsy alibi to say that the clock was wrong but that has certainl y been a legitimate excuse this year . It doesn t seem that it would be such an _impossible task to keep the few dormitory , dining hall , and Con clocks within at least five minutes of each other . We don t know who would be the logical person to attend to this hut we would appreciate a little more correct time . please .
BOB DELANY WINS WARDE SCHOLAR -SHIP [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 2 February 1928
BOB DELANY WINS WARDE SCHOLARSHIP Bob deLany , with an average of 90 n ; r cent , is winner of the full _scholarship offered annually by Frederick Warde , the _tragedian to the pupil maintaining _the hi ghest _averare in the Fall-Winter _semester in the _William _; School of Expression . Bob has played professionally with an Adirondack stock tour , the _former Lyceum Conn . any , and the New York Players . _Recently he has received several professional _offers _, lie latest of which was an opportunity with _The Poor Nut _, traveling to the coast and return , This came from the Better Plays Extension Co .. of which _David Belasco is an official . Other dramatic school scholarship _winners ? re Marshall Whitehead , Katherine Bo _\ lc _ _. and Marv Lieb .
POP _CORN [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 2 February 1928
POP _CORN Cigars , Cigarettes , and Candies at WELCHS ( Next to the _Crescent ) ANACHRONISM Come _, my maidens fair , _called Queen Guinevere , Let us _deck ourselves with the garlands of youth while we may . Don t kid yourselves , folks , chortled King Arthur s jester , The historians have you down _as Middle Age women and yuh can t get away with it . The first time a Scotchman used free air at _the garage he blew out all four tires . FRESH MADE DAILY Potato Salad Cabbage Salad Macaroni Salad Tuna Fish Salad Spanish Rice Beans Cottage Cheese Macaroni and _Cheese BURN S BAKERY 119 N . AURORA ST . MORE THAN A FIGHTING CHANCE . What are the chances of my recovering , Doctor ? One _hundred per cent . _Medical records show that nine out of every ten died of the disease you have . Yours is the tenth case I ve treated . Others all died . You re bound to _get _well . _Statistics are statistics .
SIGMA SIDELIGHTS [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 2 February 1928
SIGMA SIDELIGHTS Sigma Alpha Iota surely enjoyed the interesting _Mid-Week _program . \ Ve are looking forward to one next year that will prove just as intcrestine . We _were also pleased to be entertained at a tea in honor of our Fledges _, given by Mrs . Reigger and Mrs . Lyon at the home of the latter , _Saturday afternoon , January 21. Both Mrs . Lyon and Mrs . Reigge r as usual _, proved themselves charming hostesses . On Sunday afternoon , January 28 , our Pledges made us very proud of them by entertaining us with the following excellent program : Piano—Chop Nocturne in A flat ................... Charlotte Andrews Voice— Thy Magic Hour , by Logan Rosary , by Nevin ............................. Mary Linton Violin—Concerto , by Nardini ....................... Maxine Warntz Duet— Group of Folk Songs ......... Dorothy Hewitt , Evelyn Johnson Piano— The Girl with Golden Hair , by DeBussy The Sunken _Cathedral , by DeBussy ........ Mildred AIdefer