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Christmas Store [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 6 December 1926
Christmas Store Five floors loaded with every possible kind of gifts—from the most frivolous to the most useful . Before you go home for the Christmas recess we invite every student in the con . to come in . The skating season will soon be here and you should see the Skates—Nestor _Johnson Combinations , Alumo Combinations , Treman , King &amp; Co . Combinations . Made to order Combinations as low as $5.00 as high as $22.00 the combination .
CALENDAR FOR WEEK OF JAN . 10 [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 10 January 1927
CALENDAR FOR WEEK OF JAN . 10 Mon . A . M . 8:15—Assembly . A Bi g Sing ! 9 : 00—Chaperons Meeting—Williams Hall . P . M . 7:00—Sigma Meeting—Sorority House . 7:30—Mu Phi Meeting—Sorority House . Tuea . P . M . 4:00—Student Recital in Conservatory Hall . 7:30—Phi Mu Alpha Meeting . Wed . P . M . 8:00—9:00—Preparation for _exams . Thurs . P . M . 8:00—9:15—Studying for exams . Fri . P . M . _8:15—Conway Band Concert—Ithaca High _School Sat . P . M . All evening—Preparing for Exams !!!! —Notice—Block Week begins _, January 17 th . Mid-Week Attractions begin the week of the 24 th . Registration for new term _. Underclassmen—Jan . 25 th . Registration for new term , Upperclassmen—Jan . 26 th . _Instruction-begins Jan . 27 th . I . S . P . E . I . S . P . lE . is the largest school of the Conservatory s Affiliated schools . _Its director is Dr . Sharpe , who is the apple of every Phi-Ed s eye . He rules with an iron hand ( especially in the weekly physiology exams ) , bat we must take in...
ENJOY LIVING [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 10 January 1927
ENJOY LIVING The first sad week of school ! , groaned an upper classman . After _the gorgeous vacation at home , what on earth can we find up here that s interesting ? Life is too short either to be bored or worked to death—that s school ! But it isn t ! Afte r a good time , _with the usual round of Christmas dances and parties , can t we settle down to the routine of classes with interest and joy . The work we have chosen , —we say we love it , —let s enter into it , and all the other school activities , . with a _zest and conquer that restless and discontented feeling that vacation leaves . The world _is yours—so to speak , —so go to it ! ( if you ll pardon _the slang . ) Support your class loyally , put your hand in the Student Government s , write for your _Keynote , contribute your bit of news to the Once-a-Week ! See if it doesn t bring satisfaction . Then the joy , conversations , and winter sports , with a dance or movie date on Friday or Saturday night , —isn t there someth...
WILLIAMS HALL [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 10 January 1927
WILLIAMS HALL Happy New Year Everyone ! Williams Hall is once more on the map and will continue to stay there . From the south , east , north and west our girls returned , —eager for fun and work again . We all had a Merry Xmas and right now we want to wish everyone a Happy New _Year and the best of luck . Early Sunday afternoon the telephone started ringing , for our girls are ever in demand—oh how sweet it as to be _able to say Williams Hall once more upon answering the phone . Gladys Ayers and Dottie Van Antwerp had calls of course , and are eagerly awaiting more , —to say nothing of the rest of us . During the New Year _, you will hear of the many wonderful events of the . Williams _Hall girls , and we promise that you will not be disappointed in our exciting doings . —H . R ...
BLUE NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 10 January 1927
BLUE NOTES ( A _Weekly Colyum by D . J . S . ) Not having had the opportunity to do so before , Ye Colyumnist _hereby wishes all Ye Readers a Bright and Happy New Year ! May Ye _have the strength of mind to keep all the New Resolutions Ye have made ; may Ye write in rainbow colors on the New Leaf which Ye have turned over , and may no blots mar _its &gt; pristine freshness and beauty ; may there be Music in your Soul _* _., Love in your Hearts , considerable Harmony , Counterpoint , History and Psychology in your Minds , and enough of the Root of all Evil in your Pocket-books to last until another New Year . ( Editors Note : And after that , what ?) Chevy ( thoughtfully ) : A music bill reminds me or Kathleen Mavourneen . J Chase : Why ? Chevy : _Because it may be for years , and it may be forever— Plaisir damour ne dure qu un moment , Chagrin d amour dure toute la vie . French Motto . GEMS FROM THE PHILOSOPHERS NO . 4 Two things are wanted by the true man , —dange r and pla...
"TOO _WEARS " [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 10 January 1927
TOO _WEARS Did it _seem simply great Like a kind act of fate When we _heard wed be off for two weeks ? Did we think it was long Oh most generously long , — _Time to vamp all the old home town shieks ? Did we worry a mite As we pulled out of sight Of Cayuga—so sparkling and blue ? Or if held up by snow Did we murmur our woe To the girl friend or boy friend so true ? Did we mind if the train Was slow , —limp and lame—Did we show disapproval at all ? Or regret being rooked On a dinner meal , —cooked And then _served when so cold and so small ? Did we care when the folks _^} Listened not to our jokes—When they made us pay visits and calls— ? Did we dream that the hours _. Would fade }\ ke the flowers—And wed soon have to pack Spanish shawls ? No , —we surely were _blind To the _ passing of time , And the two weeks sped by like the wind , And before we could yell We were saying fare-well To the sweethearts and wives left behind . Well , it may not seem right , — But we re here to recite ...
"THE ONCE-A-WEEK " [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 10 January 1927
THE ONCE-A-WEEK Student Publication of the Ithaca Conservatory and _Affiliated Schools Ithaca , New York GENBVIEVE _ELLIOTT ------- _EdItor-m-Chlef KATHR ™ BOYLES ------ _- _) _ _;• _associate Editors EVELYN BOZMAN ------- J EVELYN SWANK ------- _Business Manager MARIE BARTON ----- _Assistant _Business Manager
NEWMAN HALL [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 10 January 1927
NEWMAN HALL Hello _Everybody ! Happy New Year ! Did vou have a Merry Christmas ? These exclamations and many more , have been _floating around Newman since Sunday . Santa was good to everyone . Adele Heyman didn t get married and she s back with a new hat and a taste for Limberger cheese _sandwiches . Peg Lowrey has a picture on her dresser which is the cause of pilgrimages from all parts of the house . The man is her brother ! Tan Moesta learned Black Bottom and is teaching it to Mary Lou Day . Marv _Haves _learned a lot _about Little Audr ey . Ask her to tell you of Audrey s adventures . Marie Barton is back again , and it certainl y seems _good to _have her with us . Ethel Reidy says she had a marvelou _^ time and left Allentown just as she found it . We wonder ! Ev . _Bozeman was in Allentown _too . It seemed to have a bad effect on her . The first day home , ( in Ithaca we mean)— she left her galoshes somewhere—and now she skids to class . Ask Ev . where they are ! Jane Woods i...
SIGMA SIDELIGHTS [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 10 January 1927
SIGMA SIDELIGHTS Sure miff we re all back from Xmas vacation , that is all that are coming except Christine Drude . Oh ! Don t _misunderstand me she s here but you see Christine stayed to help Mother Mulks take care or the house . She says Ithaca wasn t so bad the first week because there _was the pre-Xmas anticipation but she was glad to see u _» i back the second week . And we _were in general glad to get here not only to see each other but to see everyone in the school and Ithaca too . Now wasn t it fine tho to be home . Golly , it sort o makes a person—but we mustn t reminisce , the _future has too much in store and these seventeen weeks _until- Easter must spell accomplishment . The _first week started with a joyful reunion when Mrs . Lyon gave the Sigma girls and faculty a reception for Gretchen Haller after her interesting and delightful program in recital . _We who had not known her before became easily acquainted later when she came _to the House for dinner . If _you could ...
MU PHI EPSILON [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 10 January 1927
MU PHI EPSILON _Not all the pleasant part of a vacation is at the beginning . If _you think so just stand by at Mu Phi House when every one is returning _and watch the joy registered as each one gets back . As the taxi stops in front it acts as a signal and you are sure to hear much noise , someone coming down stairs , three at a time , and a _general rush all over the house towards the front door . If you _escape _withoir a black eye or your neck broken you may call your vacation a huge success . Then everyone _tries at one time to tell how , where and why thev _spent their days of freedom until it sounds like Bedlam at recess . If you try to keep it straight and comment on anyones adventures it is sure to turn out disasterously for you might get June s Jack linked with _Irene or Earle sending specials to Betty , or Betty s Youngie spending the vacation in Annvile . After a time the excitement begins to die and gradually everyone slips into the grip of a powerful _reaction that ren...
WHO'S WHO AT THE "CON " [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 10 January 1927
WHOS WHO AT THE CON By K . V . B . Dotty Van Antwerp , who has brought back a new p in which _she declares is permanent this time . Helen Storms , who isnt so tempestuous as her name but she does show favoritism to a certain make of alarm clock . ( Neither Big , nor Little , but just _right !) Bob Boothroyd who thinks Ithaca is a dumb place during _holidays . Eddie Galvin who was a true son of Uncle Sam , Christmas week . Ivan Waugh who is Ispe s unknown quantity . Gretchen Mack , who has _the school s _sweetest nickname . Don Johnson , who _is growing a moustache .
ALUMNI NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 10 January 1927
ALUMNI NEWS Mr . _-Carroll Bowen , _324 Woodward Ave ., Buffalo , N . Y ., was a caller at the Conservato ry during the Holidays . Carroll is a student at _the University of Buffalo . Sandy Smith , a graduate of the Conway Band School , spent a few days in Ithaca recently . Sandy is teaching in Milwaukee , Wisconsin . Mr . Estus Bardwell of Detroit , Michigan spent Christmas in Ithaca . Miss Gretchen HaIIer who gave the delightfu l concert in _Conservatory Hall last Tuesday afternoon _is an alumnus of 192+.