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GIRLS ! It pays to shop W . C . _BLXcKMER'S [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 9 February 1928
GIRLS ! It pays to shop W . C . _BLXcKMERS _&lt;§ ilk and _hosiery § hop \ i . . 128 EAST STATE ST . snk Hosc _ service _Weight at _$1.00 , $1.50 , $2.00 , $2.50 _uiinon _Pure Silk Hose in all the Latest _Shades at c , $1.50 , $1.85 , $1.95 , $2.25 , $2.50 _llk _d Rayon Silk Bloomers , _Step-ins , Shorties , French Panties and Vests at 98c each _•• o a _complete line of _Gloves , Scarfs , Flowers , Novelties , Hand Bags _and Tewelry
JEAN LEE LATHAM'S PLAYS TO BE GIVEN HERE TOMORROW & SATURDAY [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 9 February 1928
JEAN LEE LATHAMS PLAYS TO BE GIVEN HERE TOMORROW &amp; SATURDAY The Williams School will present three performances tomorrow and Saturday of the following one-act plays : Thanks Awfully by Jean Lee Latham . The cast includes Clarence Straight , Pauline Feinstein , Juliet Cohn , Lemira Stratton , Christine Tillottson , _Ernestine Brown , Edith Neilson Mildred Lawton , Barbara Witter , Edith Quackenbush , Erma Cushman , Avaleta Champney ; Agnes Legg , Kathleen Storm , Frances Kinnear Thelma Hanley . Mrs . Pat and the Law , the cast of which includes Ralph Rider , Agnes Dahme , Mary Louise Berkebile , Anne Wood , Ray Hall . The Rehearsal includes the cast of Alma Metcalf , Virginia Kuschke , Melissa Wright Elda Cusick , Beryl Jourdan , Ruth Broedel . The Blue Teapot by Jean Lee Latham . The cast is composed of Agnes Dahme , Floyd Fox , Jean Latham , and Roland Fernand . It is an extremely noteworthy fact that two of these plays , namely : The BlueTeapot , and Thanks Awfully wer...
THE PROCTOR PENCIL BEGS A WORD [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 9 February 1928
THE PROCTOR PENCIL BEGS A WORD I am the proctor pencil . Sometimes I am held by very calm , steady hands , who take _their dates in a commonplace way , and _ionietifflis I am held by hands that shake and make wiggi _; writing _, because they are so thrilled by _iht adventure they are about to have I admit _till I am thrilled myself sometimes when I wnn an unusual name and _see that it belongs to a handsome man . Id almost like to jump i » t » the pocket of his raccoon coat and go t » 1 Fraternity Dance , too . I have written _ill same _name so many times for some _girls _li31 I could _almost write it alone , while other ficllt girls use me to write a different _name ever ) time they go out . Most of my work is non _; between seven-thirty and eight , although _t _ are special occasions when I am grabbed _not six till one-thirty . The event of signing in is not so _thrilling the process of signing out in spite of the ti that I can watch the girls faces to _sec whelk the man turned out...
PRES . WILLIAMS GIVEN BIG SEN D OFF [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 9 February 1928
PRES . WILLIAMS GIVEN BIG SEN D OFF Mr . Williams and his famil y now cruise the Mediterranean on board the S . S . Empress of Scotland . They expect to land at Sicily February 21. In the meantime they will probably touch at Algiers and many points of interest . His party will spend two months crusing the Mediterranean , and six months touring England and the continent by automobile _, thus consuming about eight months for the entire journey . Last week before leaving Mr . _Williams was kept quite busy responding to various farewells . On Monday evening the Amards held an informal reception for the Williams School in his honor . At that time he told how his trip would include a personally conducted visit to John Forbes Robertson school of dramatics in London . On Tuesday afternoon at recital he bade the entire Conservatory good-bye and on Wednesday , left for New York from where he sailed Saturday . It will seem a long time until eight months have passed but in the meantime we shall...
PETER W . DYKEMA TO SPEAK APRIL 12 TH . [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 9 February 1928
PETER W . DYKEMA TO SPEAK APRIL 12 TH . Peter W . Dykema , Professor of Music in Columbia University , New York City , has been engaged to give a lecture in the Little Theatre on April _12 th . Mr . Dykema _is very well-known all over the country as the National President of the Sinfonians . Although he is to appear _primaril y for the students of the Ithaca Institution of Public School Music , Mr . Dykema will lecture to a full house on the subject to be announced later . The admission will be by ticket . Anyone desiring to attend may secure one of these cards of admission by app lying to Mr . Brown .
STUDENTS PUT ON SHOW AT GENEVA [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 9 February 1928
STUDENTS PUT ON SHOW AT GENEVA Monday evening a group of Williams School Students put on three one-act plays for the Woman s Club in Geneva . They gave The Flattering Word , The Blue Teapot , by Jean Latham , and Judge Lynch . The plays went over big and the whole bunch were quite enthusiastic over the reception they received . Before the performance a supper was served at which the actors were guests of honor .
"IOLANTHE " [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 9 February 1928
IOLANTHE The scores for the Gilbert and Sullivan opera lolanthe have been received . Mr . Lautner _will be at the Conservatory on Saturday next at 9:30 to meet those people who may be interested in taking the part in the opera . The chorus has not yet been arranged for . This will be done sometime within the next ten days ,
AMONG ALUMNI [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 9 February 1928
AMONG ALUMNI We are hearing splendid reports from Herkimer , N . Y ., where James P . Kavanagh , a 27 graduate from the Williams School of Expression , _is ruling over the Night School Public Speaking department . Mr . Kavanagh is teaching debate , among other things , and on Feb .
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 9 February 1928
ANOTHER STUDENT DISMISSED A student who at a recent meeting of the Women s Self Government Association , was found guilty of breaking _rules was sent to the Student Welfare Committee . For punishment the latter body gave only a severe reprimand because of a lack of positive evidence of serious guilt . The reprimand was not taken seriously and the student committed a serious offense . The evidence was conclusive and the student was brought immediately before the Board of Trustees , who after hearing the student s story , and carefully considering the evidence of the misdemeanor , dismissed the student from the school .
Wilson and Burchard [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 9 February 1928
Wilson and Burchard Optometrists and Opticians -220 E . State Street LIGHT THROUGH ADVERSITY _Times of general calamity and confusion have ever been productive of the greatest minds . The purest ore is produced from the hottest furnace _and the brightest thunderbolt is elicited from the darkest storm . -Colton . SHORT CUTS DANGEROUS The road to success would have more travelers if so many were not trying to find short cuts . These may be all right if so much time is not spent in hunting them that the main road is completely lost . —Grit .
GOOD PRINTING [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 9 February 1928
GOOD PRINTING Economical _ly Done NORTON PRINTING CO . 317 E . State Street A LONG NIGHT Mrs . Eskimo—Where have you _been the last six months ? Mr . Eskimo—Just been sitting up all ni ght with a sick friend , inv . —M . A . Wearing Apparel , Arts , Novelties and Anti ques
AMARDS [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 9 February 1928
AMARDS It _seems that the Amards are having to fight to hold any kind of a | _^( _ji _, c Con now , things are becoming so crowded . Being a mixed ( lernity a chapter room is _as far as the Amards can go toward a i _, me but if the Con becomes much more crowded even that will be _Anicd . At the first of the year we sought refuge in one of the _dressing rooms but even they are being utilized for classes now . At our last meeting a committee including Mrs . Swarthout _, Toby Borlei and Floyd Fox , was appointed to begin working on an Amard itij nt show . This summer the fraternity made quite a success , ( manually and otherwise , with its Jitney Joys and we hope to do even better _this year . Having learned our _bitter lesson at the Six Student Scampers we want to start this show on _time so as not to disappoint the _public . Ahem ! In the _profession you know— !
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 9 February 1928
YOUTHFUL SATIRE Kitty _, aged six , had been _naughty , and her father had had minister vigorous correction _heroi _c going to busines _s . That an impression had _been made was apparent when , return from business in the evening , Kitt &gt; _called upstairs with politeness : Mother , vour _hu sband s home . to adon his _frigid
SOUTH CLAIMS ALUMNUS [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 9 February 1928
SOUTH CLAIMS ALUMNUS Friends of Aronid Putnam 26 will be interested _in a letter received by Mr . Lyon concerning him . SHORTER COLLEGE ROME , GEORGIA January 21 , 1928 Department of Music Arthur S . Talmadge , Director Prof . Bert R . Lyon , Ithaca , N . Y . My dear Mr . Lyon : — I am enclosing a program that Arnold Putnam gave here the first of the week . I was sure you _would be interested and I wanted to supplement the program with a word . Putnam has certainly grown in the year and a half since first coming to Shorter . Plis program was far finer this year than last and he sang a better grade program with higher finish and more confidence . His recital was artistic throughout and a real inspiration . I am sure it must be a joy to any teacher to know that a pupil has gone out and made good . And I am sure you would have been proud had you heard him . I enjoy Putnam as a man and hope he will be with us another year . Sincerely yours , Arthur S PROGRAM To Scenes of Peace Retiring ...
JIM JAMS [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 9 February 1928
JIM JAMS The other day—Wednesday To be exact—I heard A half a dozen Or a dozen Or a dozen and A half People say Mr . Williams Has gone , And I just chawed right on For quite A spell , And then I Says , says I It may be That Hes there , And , were Here , Figuretively Speaking , that Is , I mean , Our figures— But-In heart and Mind A dozen Times a Day , well Be With him On his trip , And Hell be With us In our classes . That s just A way Our hearts And minds have Of going Where wed Like to go And doing Things Wed love to do With people That wed love To see . I Thank YOU . CANNIBAL CARUSO The cat was making an awful noiie li _ night . Yes , ever _since she ate the canary _she thin she can sing . A well-known woman is a famous _M _^ aprop as regards her speech . And what _in France , asked a friend , Di _ you enjoy the most , Mrs . — Well , I think , said the lady , it was lht French Pheasants singing the Mayonnaise—Every body _ _.