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J . E . VAN NATTA [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 2 February 1928
J . E . VAN NATTA L . C . SMITH - CORONA Rented — Sold — Exchanged Oppo . Ithaca Hotel Telephone 2915 HURRY CALL A Scotsman rang up a doctor in a great state of agitation . Come at once , he said , ma wee bairn has swallowed a saxpence . How old is it ? asked the doctor . 1894. Pay mor e attention to appear ance
W . C . _BLACKMER'S [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 2 February 1928
W . C . _BLACKMERS at Sil k and Hosiery Shop Service Weight Sild Hose 79c—$1.19—$1.69— $ 1.98 Chiffon Silk Hose _$1.50—$1.85— $1.95—$2.19 • Fabric Gloves 79c Pair . Value 1.25 Plain and Fancy Silk and Wool Hose 79c—$1.19 a Pair Silk and Rayon French Panties and Step-ins 98c value $1.50 _^ Ik Vests _in colors of Peach , White , Orchid Pink at 98c each Sizes 34 to 46
TTHACA HOTEL BARBER SHOP [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 2 February 1928
TTHACA HOTEL BARBER SHOP BRASH EAR AND ALEXANDER , Pl-OpS . Law \ er ( fo r _the auto accident victim ) : Gentlemen of the jury , the ilnver stated he was going only four miles an hour . Think of it . The _long agony of my client _, the poor unfortunate victim , as the car drove so slowly over his body . SPECIAL SALE——THIS WEEK
W . J . REED [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 2 February 1928
W . J . REED 146 E . STATE ST . _PROFUNDITY By Lowe W . Wren Timeless beneath the patieny _sod Yesterday keeps its tryst with God . Naught else is ordered . Strife s and cares Spring from the _soil that Life prepares . Love is a symbol ; Pain _in a _shrew ; Freedom , _whatever the heart would would do Death _is a dry leaf on the ground ; _Only Life s coining is _, profound .
MID -WEEK EVENTS A TRACT MUCH COMMENT [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 2 February 1928
MID -WEEK EVENTS A TRACT MUCH COMMENT Mid-Week , with its variety of events attracted much praise for all branches of the Conservatory . Every one of the Affiliated Schools attracted a record crowd at its performance and we can certainly feel proud of the week s success . The Conway Band Concert started things off with the pep and popularity which only a band under our Patsys direction can do . Then on Monday night followed Mr . _Joseph Lautner s Schubert song Recital . Mr . _Lautner endeared himself even more to his old friends and made hundreds of new ones who had not had the previous good fortune of hearing him . In addition to his rich tenor voice , he has a very unusual charm and personality . The Student _recital _on Tuesday evening brought before the public several new dramatic _freshmen , all of whom showed unusual prom . In tipeaking of the orchestra concert on Wednesday evening , the Journal-News says : Miss Maria Parisella , child violinist , playing De Beriots violin _co...
WORTH KNOWIN G [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 2 February 1928
WORTH KNOWIN G _Sophomores , and especially President Fred Cannon , did themselves up proud . The promenade of 1928 will go down in Conservatory _annals as one of the best and _biggest ever . PACIFIC COAST TO HAVE AN INTERNATIONAL HOUSE _ An International House , similar to _thai • New York , will be built at the Univ ersiiv • California , Berkley . John D . Rockefeller , ] _, has donated $1 , 750 , 000 for it . Individu al room _ will be provided for nearly 500 _students , aboiii two-thirds of whom are expected to be from other countries , and about one-third to be _Am . ericans . A part of the building will be rewed for women . The plans include social halls din . _ing rooms , and committee rooms to facilit ate itintermingling of students of different nationalities . Permanent friendships are expected to re-i-ult , which will have a strong influence for in . ternational peace . —School Life . EARLIEST GLEE CLUB ? In 1787 a glee club was formed in London , which flourished until 18...
AWAKENING A ROOM MATE [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 2 February 1928
AWAKENING A ROOM MATE Among all early morning tasks the most diln _ cult is to awaken a roommate . Being a _Isl sleeper , one usually wakes long before the _W tinuous buzzing of the alarm clock prochir . half-past six . Although the clock is on il window-sill right by the roommates _bed au mi ght easily be turned off without any effort o : her part , she waits until the covers are _yari off , then rises as if in a trance and _turns « off just as it is about to stop of its own accorl After all this activity she falls back into _^ and calmly goes back to sleep as if nothin g i ever happened . From then on it is bet 11 start calling her every five minutes _so thai 1 will be up and dressed in time for breaW- ( If she should miss it you would hear _at _ it for ever after . ) Finally , after one is c » _ pletely worn out at her utter lack of _respo _ she will peacefull y arise as if she had _j ° 1 awakened and amid many sighs and ) 111 get dressed by the last bell . Having done m _ duty b...
A TEMPORARY STOCK COMPANY [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 2 February 1928
A TEMPORARY STOCK COMPANY On Monday night , February sixth , a group of W . S . E . students are going to Geneva and will give three one-act plays , before a big club in that city _, they will present the following : The Flattering Word _Judge Lynch The Blue Teapot —written by Jean Lee Latham . Those in the casts are—- &lt; -J Jean Lee Latham Roland Fernand Emma Leib Irma Cushman Agnes Dahme John Nash Floyd Fox Leona Sheollis Esther Covert
MU PHI EPSILON [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 2 February 1928
MU PHI EPSILON Mu Phi hasn t much news this week but we have had quite a few visitors . Last Sunday afternoon , we were glad to welcome Miss Stanton who lives in Corning . Then too _, the Phi Mu Dance brought another one of our girls hack and Irene Sack paid us a visit . Jeanette Dutcher and Genevieve Herrick went home between terms but came back for our brid ge which we gave last Tuesday afternoon . This last week end Betty Newhard came for the Junior Prom . Betty is teaching in Northampton , Pa ., and likes it very much . We are all preparing for our Pledgee Dance which is to be given February 17 th . But this is all we can say about it now , you will hear the rest _later .
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 2 February 1928
TWO STUDENTS DISMISSED At a recent meeting of the Womens Self Government Association several drastic punishments were imposed on certain students for breakage of rules ; and two students were cited for dismissal from the school . The Student Welfare Committee examined each case and approved the action of the W . S . G . A . Automatically _these two students were thus brought before the Board of Trustees , who after hearing the evidence , endorsed the action of the other _committees on student conduct and dismissed these students from the school .
SINFONIA _SILHOUE'l [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 2 February 1928
SINFONIA _SILHOUEl The trials and rigors of examinations week having passed again for mother term , the time has now come to pass when the record of the J ings _and _performances of Phi Mu Alpha _shall herein be _exposed to _the world . _Firstly ; be it known that there are now existant in the _house and _membership of Sinfonia twelve new members ; Professor Lantner , Joseph Borrelli , Otto Panara , Joseph Lester , Chester Robb , Onni Tainio , Bruce _\ ewell Donald Rheinsmith , John Raz , Gilbert Latham , Stanley Norwood , Raymond Moyer . Shortly after this great event there took place within the sacred and silent _walls of the House on the Gorge much talked of event . The ereat and well known House dance of Phi Mu Alpha suddenly happened at the end of Examination week . Much cleaning and scrubbing is said to have been done in preparation for the event to which face any brother will ascribe his voucher of _truth . Brother Lautner s recital met with great success and also be it _know...
SHEAR NONSENSE [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 2 February 1928
SHEAR NONSENSE BRILLIANT CUS Judge— Thirry days— Speeder— Oh I know that one ! Thiny days hath September _April— MABBE SO—MABBE SO Milkman— It looks like rain . Customer— _Yes , it does , but it ha . s a faini flavor of milk . IN _MEMORIAM Two gentlemen stopped on the _street to talk to each other , one wear _ing a large diamond tie pin . Isaac , said the other , dot _i . s a tine _diamond you have . Vare _yoi get it ? Veil _, exp lained Isaac , my _brother _he died and left . _ _( + 50 for : stone . And dis is de stone .
Page 5 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 2 February 1928
_Say it with _Flowers _ _^ _^ on _w St . Valentines Day s _^ _^ _i _/ _^ _^&gt; v _^ _^^ _^^ _February 14 th and every other day send flowers to your nearest and dearest . _Flowers by wire to distant friends and relatives . Our o w n Ho in e grown flowers for local _delivery . The Bool Floral Co Inc . lower Fone 2758 215 E . State St _i8
LO ST 1 , 000 PINS ' [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 2 February 1928
LO ST 1 , 000 PINS I wonder what has ever becomes of all ik pins I ever bought . If I placed them end _is end as staticians are fond of doing , _they would reach at least six times around the earth . \ . right at this minute I _have not a pin _10 . r _.,. name , but have to borrow one from mv room . mate to hold my clothes together . I am _sure that not all of them have filled their _predestined end and been a boon to mankind . _Some have _probably fallen by the wayside and lodged in crooks and crannies , or have been devoured Invacuum sweepers . No matter what became of them they are all irretrievably lost . M . Shannaman POET IN PAUPERS GRAVE The bodies of William Blake , noted _English poet , and his wife lie in a pauper s grave in Bunhill fields , Finsbury . A _tombstone marking the spot was unveiled on the one hundredil anniversary of the poet s death . AVIATION MOVEMENTS The Army Air corps says that airplanes cm fly upside down for several miles , the _exaci number depending u...