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THE MOON [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 23 February 1928
THE MOON Dear Con Folks , This has _been such a busy week on the other side of the world that I ve only been able to get time for little glances toward you . Cornell s Farm and Home week , _seems to have been much improved by the hel p of conservato ry artists . Every once in a while I hear nice things about them . There are just two or three really bi g things that I ve heard about . Mr . Peter W . Dykema , Professor of _Music Education in Columbia University whose coming to lithaca , A pril I2 th was announced recently , will at that time give a lecture on the _significant tendencies of music in education . In addition to this lecture Professor Dykema , who is the National President of the Sinfonians , will also make this visit to Ithaca his official visitation to Delta chapter of Phi Mu Al pha . Professor Dykema is one of the most important musical educators in the United States and a lecturer whom everybody can enjoy . Mr . Lyon received a letter from Leslie Went zei in which sh...
MU PHI EPSILON [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 23 February 1928
MU PHI EPSILON There really isn t much to _tell you _this _n-tel but we shall do our best . To begi n with n must mention our valentine party _given i Mu Phi House last Thursday _evening for Wic nifred Bagley , one of our _pledges . It ra also a Birthday party and the whole affai _r _ITS planned by Mrs . Sterrie A . Weaver , who is very good friend of Winifred s . Mrs . _Weaver husband , Sterrie A . Weaver was the firsi on to start a summer school in Public _Scim Music which had no connection with pubm ing concerns . Dean Brown _, by the way _, _wi a member of the Weaver Summer School . S you see we all got a big Kick out oi ll affair because of the interestinc _; _things co nected with it . The next _affair of importance to ineniic is our dance which was held Inst Friday _evic ing in _the studio of Miss _Mailora _Rinnsen State Street . Men came from _Perm Sill ! Muhlenburg and Galeto n to dance to the pt (( strains of Tim Whiting _s band _and ll whole thing was a howling succeis _e...
THE ONCE-A-WEEK REPRESENTATIVE [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 23 February 1928
THE ONCE-A-WEEK REPRESENTATIVE Nothing this year has thrilled the Once-A-Week staff more than last weeks column , The Vy of Phy Eds . It seems that the paper this year has been filled altogether too much with music and dramatic news and quite a few comments have been made as to the lack of I . S . P . E . mention . It is only natural that the calendar _be filled more or _less with recitals , etc ., from the music and dramatic departments as their work is more of an exhibitional nature . But there is absolutely no reason wh y we should not hear regularly from Phi Delta Pi and Phi Epsilon Kappa as well as Mu Phi , S . A . I ., Sinfonia , and Amards . Every fraternity and _sorority should have a reporter responsible for their news . The Once-A-Week staff is elected entirely by voluntary competition and unfortunately it is composed at present of only dramatic and Public School Music students . However , it ib a bulletin of all the Affiliated Schools and we want _^ news of every departme...
"THE ONCE-A-WEEK " [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 23 February 1928
THE ONCE-A-WEEK Published every Thursday morning by students in the Ithaca Conservato ry and Affiliated Schools KATHERINE V . BOYLES - - - Editor ELSIE WATERS - - - - ) MARY EVELYN MASON - - \ As _^ 1 _^ Ed 0 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 _Singl e copy—five cents . Forms close Friday noon before _publication . However , _last minute _notices may be received as late as Monday noon . Printed by the NORTON PRINTING COMPANY , Ithaca , N . Y . € &lt;! _SSSa
MRS . SPENCER GIVES _IN TERESTING LEC TURE ON SPAIN [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 23 February 1928
MRS . SPENCER GIVES _IN TERESTING LEC TURE ON SPAIN Monday evening in _-the _Little Theatre M Spencer gave an interesting illustrated ] en on Spain . Her information was abiolutelv fi hand as she used even original photograph _ studies which she herself _made _durini _; k year there . She told delightfull y of the dif ferent types of homes and home conditions _a well as peculiarities of the _people . The various dormitories hold tickets for il lecture , _all the profits going toward _hoihe ei : penses . A number of towns-people heard Mrs Spencer and they were all quite _enthusiast ic ii _their response . They join us in hoping dn we shall hear her again—soon .
INTERESTING TO KNOW [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 23 February 1928
INTERESTING TO KNOW HELD WHISKERS SACRED If the beard has any standing in the world today , it is undoubtedly because of the Jews , who held their whiskers to be sacred , and swore by them . Later , the Turks did the same . The sultan s followers used to comb their whiskers after prayers , catch the hairs that came out , break them in two and bury them , on the theory that in some mysterious way the hairs helped to make soft walking to the _gates of paradise . This the Turks firmly believed .
SIGMA SIDELIGHTS [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 23 February 1928
SIGMA SIDELIGHTS Epsilon once more entertained at formal dinner on Friday evening in the form of a George Washington party . We had as our guests _, Alice Trusdale , Mary MacDonald and Mildred AIderfe r . Our bridge party proved a very successful one . Mary Martin who was initiated into this chapter in 1920 and who studied cello while here is doing trio work in New York City . She _is also taking a course in kindergarten work there . Mrs . Elliot Springstead ( Kay Wieting ) of Cobleskill , N . _Y ., who was also initiated in 1920 will leave this month with her husband for Los Angeles , California , to visit Mrs . 0. _, Tlyfl Mated in 1920 ) . _ _^ _V . Marguerite Williams , Mrs . Bates , and Mrs . at Cadiz . ) m _, ( Leone nicks , also ir _•/ ( _TN have _landed Recently through the efforts of Mrs . Bert R . Lyon , the patronesses furnished the necessary funds to screen the large porch at the rear of the house . _This is just another step toward our National Convention to be held in ...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 23 February 1928
STILL , SMALL VOICE Little Girl— Oh , look , Mummy ! There s a _snow man in front of that _store . Snowman— Don t you _believe it . I ve just been waiting an hour for my wife to come out . —Outlook . BY THE WAY An absent-minded grocer called on his old friend , the _family doctor , one evening . They chatted for a couple of hours , and as the grocer _rose to go the doctor asked ; Family all well , I suppose ? Good heavens ! exclaimed his visitor , That reminds me _wife s in a fit . Mv
E . VAN NATTA [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 23 February 1928
E . VAN NATTA L . C . SMITH CORONA — Sold — Exchanged Telephone _2915 Why , Ella _, you know that isn t right . I remember it perfectly , Don t you know it happened five _instalments ago ? Yes , sir , just five instalments after I kissed your ring upon your finger , Laura told us that she and AI were six instalments along on their new furniture . And now they are going to be divorced with only ten more instalments to meet . Well , as I said , they had their first quarrel just six instalments after _our _engagement . I remember it perfectly because it was the exact day Rented Oppo . Ithaca Hotel of the third instalment on my car _, the fifth instalment on my radio the ninth _instalment on my dog !—Life . and
BAND TO PAY TRIBUTE TO ST . PATRICK [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 23 February 1928
BAND TO PAY TRIBUTE TO ST . PATRICK March _19 th is to be the date of an Irish Concert by the band . We all remember the popularity of last year s concert . This one is to be even better . Two numbers , which ought to be especially enjoyed are The Land of the Mountain and the Flood , and Victor Herbert _s Irish Rhapsody . _The Land of the Mountain and the Flood by McCuhn _is one of the lesser used overtures of the Musical World . Throughout the number one _is reminded of rough , rugged mountain _scenes , with wild rushing _streams , and echoes of a far distant Alpine Horn at intervals , adds materially to the realism of the number . Victor Herbert is one of the most popular composers of the day . His Irish Rhapsody , which also features in the March program , depicts the character of both the people and music of the land of the Shamrock . The careful , _intermingling of favorite Irish melodies in a _very original manner makes the number very _interesting both from the theoretical as...
A Big Time [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 23 February 1928
A Big Time The Man ( real artist)— Were they _all artistic people you met there ? The Girl— Some of them were _, hut _some were quite nice . —Punch . Im glad I wasnt born in Venice _^ Why ? Because I dont know any Italian . —Sondagsnisse-Strix ( Stockholm ) . These lota will be sold for 100 per cent below their value and on easy terms . _—Advertis _. ing blotter of an Atlanta corporation . Does at smile mean you _forgive me ? Stay away , niggah ; I s just smilin to W1 mah face . —American Boy . They have one son , a boy . —New _York tabloid . OUT OF THE LAP For use on ships and dining cars an _Italic has patented a table on which dishes are hc1 by springs to prevent them upsetting .