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FRIDAY [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 9 February 1928
FRIDAY GLEE CLUB NE-ACT PLAYS Glee Club Rehearsal will be held this week on Friday afternoon at _3:15 _instead of Thurbday afternoon . This is made necessary on account of Mr . Lautner being away during the week for several recitals in Boston . Mr . Lautner will return in _time for Friday afternoon and expects that everyone will be at the rehearsal . S : 15 P . M . In _the Little Theatre the first performance of _Thanks Awfully , The Rehearsal , Mrs . Pat and the Law , and The Blue Teapot .
SATURDAY [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 9 February 1928
SATURDAY MATINEE FINAL PRODUCTION 2:30 P . M . There will be a matinee performance of one-acts . So far this year the _students have not been taking advantage of these matinees . Saturday _afternoon is a very good time to see an unusual program like this one promises to be . 8:15 P . M . Perhaps you prefer evening _performances . If _so bring the girl friend or the boy friend to the plays . Tickets are only 25c for students , remember .
A DECK OF CARDS LOW GRADES [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 9 February 1928
A DECK OF CARDS LOW GRADES Everyone knows what is meant by a deck of cards . Fifty-two _evenly shaped pieces of cardboard with a picture or design on the back and colored hearts , diamonds , clubs , and spades on the front , and everyone knows what low grades are . The fateful C . D . or E , or the accusing 60 , 50 , or 40 that are found on papers and reports . Cards usuall y mean low grades for there is a fascination in that little deck that causes even the most resolute to forget studies when a game is on . What is more tempting than to be invited to sit in when the bidding is high and the air is tense with excitement . Theatre-going may be limited by the purse or the hour but the cards are always ready for a little game . Yes indeed , how many times we have to decide between good grades and a little game ! Tohn Raz one . Maxim Gorky . Be courteous to _afl , but intimate with ( e » . and let those few be well tried before vm give them your confidence . True _friendshic is a plant ...
INSPIRATION [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 9 February 1928
INSPIRATION _Inspiration is the fuel , undoubtedly , upon which genius feeds . We think of it in relation to great _artists and say , He must have been inspired . Yet we dont stop to think that the more _humble workmen as well as the Michael Angelos and the _Fritz Kreissler s need inspiration , too . The mill hand , earning a bare twenty dollars a week is inspired to keep on by thoughts of a little home with his family waiting for him at the end of each drab day . Young doctors and lawyers , struggling against tremendous social odds in narrow-minded towns are inspired by some _. ideal of their chosen profession to keep on until they gain recognition . It is the peop le without insp iration , or enough sincere interest in their work to receive it , who never color their efforts with any thing genuine . They can t give to _others the vitality , the initiative , the ideals which they themselves lack , So often we find that some person can inspire us to the best we have . Young people i...
NOSTER PUER [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 9 February 1928
NOSTER PUER By R . Graham Young boy , strong boy , all the world is waiting for you : Chances flying , voices crying , Come quick here ! Young boy , blithe boy , all the ships are tugging anchor ; Timbers creaking , whistles shrieking , Seaward steer ! Eyes true , li ps firm , chin like rock and neck like iron—Hopes are winging , doors are swinging ; _push one wide . Young boy , bold boy , _see your horse is fretting , straining ; Mount , tis morning ; _slumber scorning , onward ride . Young boy , fine boy , pluck no flowers that scent your pathway : Peaks are shining ; through entwining weeds , climb on . Young boy , brave boy , self s the _steed and self the rider : Honor craving , _pleasures waiving , heights are won . Young boy , kind boy , when the star of Hesper glimmers , Let your roaming thoughts fly homing to our place . Cliff s pale , mists veil ; island harbors all are hidden ; But from flowing darkness , growing , comes _, your face . —London Outlook .
I HEAR IN THE MOON [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 9 February 1928
I HEAR IN THE MOON That—Roland Cresswell played in Binghamlci last Sunday . That—I-lelmholtz is the one man Mary Genrude Smith knows nothing about . That—Elmer Frantz visited his home for a _fs _ days last week . _That—Just because Mr . Brown went to i _ auto show we mustn t think he is _going n have a new car . He isnt . That—Flora Barge r has returned to the Co -- servatory for this term . We are very _phi to see her again . That—In Philadel phia the other day a _n 1 was run over by a hearse . _As _. k M _ Barton to vouch for this statement . That—Mother Mulks received a most interriing letter from Dona Diamond in _whicli _h told of her work in Niagara Falls . _Di is studying , teaching and sing ing ww indeed would make a full progr am tr anyone . That—Dotty Hunter is back and taking VMartin s course . It _looks good to _see W _&lt;! runnlne around _again . MORE TRUTH THAN HUM OR In order to jingle coins in your pocket ;» got to shake a leg . Love is like malaria ( Anophel...
"THE ONCE-A-WEEK " [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 9 February 1928
THE ONCE-A-WEEK Published every Thursday morning by students in the Ithaca Conservatory and Affiliated _Schools KATHERINE V . BOYLES - - - Ed itor ELSIE WATERS - - - - ) MARY EVELYN MASON - - \ _Assoc _• _ate _B _^ _10 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 . _- _^ _S »
YELLOW BIRD STATIONERY STORE [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 9 February 1928
YELLOW BIRD STATIONERY STORE 1 _ elephone _8655 V . L . Burgess Embossing Engraving Invitations _Programs All Conservatory dies in stock ITHACA , NEW YORK 2+ Hour Service 107 W . Seneca St _. An engineer , surveying the right of way for the proposed railroad , was talking to a farmer . Yes , he said , the line will run right through your barnyard . Well , answered the farmer , ye can do it if ye want , but Ill be jiggered if Ill git up in the night ju st to open the _gate every time a train comes through . E . F . D . MRS . M . B . YONTZ at the SMART _SHOIIE is prepared to take care of your needs for the new year . Dresses , Millinery , Novelty Jewelry _, Flowers , Handkerchiefs , Undergarment _n . 124 N . AURORA ST . Obey thy conscience , but first he sure that is not the conscience of an ass . —Ruskin .
GILLE TTE CAFETE RIA 106 N . Cayuga St . , [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 9 February 1928
GILLE TTE CAFETE RIA 106 N . Cayuga St . , TIM PLAYED SAFE It was _speeders day in police court . The first _offender vowed that he was traveling onl y fifteen miles an hour when apprehended . Next a notorious fast driver told the judge he was going only ten miles . And how fast were you going ? asked the judge of Tim OBrien , third in line . May it please the court , _said Tim with a straight face , an I wuz backin up , yer honor . —Pitt _sburg h Chronicle-Telegrap h . KODAK DOUBLES THE FUN Winter good times call for good pictures—the kind anyone can make with a Kodak . And with a Kodak along you double your fun . All the Kodak models are here for you to see—they re $5 up . Brownie prices start at $2 HEAD S CAMERA STORE 109 N . AURORA ST . FATAL TEMPTATION Mother— You are at the foot of the spelling cla _ _-s again _, are you ? Boy— Yes _ m . Mother— How did it happen ? Bov— Got too manv Z \ in sci- _ _-ur .-.
$ CLEANING SERVICE [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 9 February 1928
$ CLEANING SERVICE We Collect and Deliver Dial 2598 112 N . CAYUGA ST . A MUSICAL MARRIAGE Brown and Black were arguing at their club on the question as tn who should be the head of the house—the man or the woman . _Pm the bread-winner , Black said , _firmly , and therefore I rule in my house . Well _, Brown replied , before we were married my wife and _1 made an agreement that I should make the rulings in all the major _things and she in all the minor ones . And how has it worked ? Black inquired . Brown smiled wanly . So far , he replied , there have been no major matters .
ATWATER'S [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 9 February 1928
ATWATERS The Store With Every _thin g To Edt Try a box of Aplet Candy for $1.00 A DIFFERENT ANIMAL The teacher was doing her very best to instill the rudiments of _natural history into her young charges . She held up before them a Picture of a deer , but no one could tell her what it was . Now , Tommy , _ie said , pointing to one small boy , surely you know what this animal h _called . Come now , think . What does vour mother _sometimes call your faiher ? _Ihe child s eyes beamed with intelligence . _Well , mum , he said liilt ; ng ] y , it don t look much like a jackass to me .
SIGMA SIDELIGHTS [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 9 February 1928
SIGMA SIDELIGHTS On Saturday initiation , followed by a banquet at the Ithaca Hotel , _was held for Mildred Aldefe r , Leona Arthur , Charlottte Andrews , _Mildred Brownell , Thelma Enos , Isabel Eisenberg , Doroth y Hewitt , Evelyn Johnson , Carolyn Koch , Mary Linton , Gladys Shorey , Maxine Warntz , Virginia Williams and Mrs . Joseph Lautner , Patroness . We were very g lad to have with us at that time Dorothy Conger Morgan who was a _graduate of the Class of 21 and a very active wroker for Epsilon During _her school term . Kitty Hill , who has been home for the past week due to illness , has _returned . We are very glad to have her with us again . As preliminary announcement ! Epsilon is planning a bridge for Feb . 18 th . Keep this date in mind and watch for further announcements . Dine wisely and keep well