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"WHY CUT ? " SAYS A CON FROSH [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 1 March 1928
WHY CUT ? SAYS A CON FROSH When a _girl _allows a stag to cut in on her partner she as much as says she would have a much better time if she had come with any one of the boys who are stagglng . What would you do if another fellow should take you by the nape of the neck and say , Move along , buddy , its my turn to bull , when you are talking to a _girl friend . What fellow or what girl would permit such a display of manners ? If you stop and _think you will see that that is exactly what the stag cutter is doing . Physically , he is a _little _gentler as he only grabs the male dancers arm—but in spite of that he pulls the same dirty deal . What benefit does a stag do a dance ? None whatsoever . Yes , I know he pays as much or more than the fellow who brings a partner . But—he is either too full to bring a girl himself , or some early bird beat him to the girl he intended to date . There is a remedy for both these types . Kick the preserved one out . If the girl prefers the sober stag...
THE MOON [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 1 March 1928
THE MOON Dear Con . Folks , Its a good _thing that I m getting bigger and brighter all the time , for I seem to have to _look in a great many different places to keep track of all of you . I saw quite a large group in a box at the Lyceum . You didn t seem to be looking at the stage so I _listened in and heard a discussion on temptation . What ? Why ? and How ? Some of you folks who like to argue ought to go over to the Lyceum some Sunday morning . _Youd surely have a chance to express your thoughts . Edna Hanson was sick and went home labt week . Then went to a doctor in Elmira , and what do you suppose ; he told her that she should drink lost of milk and go to bed early . Edna thought she was past that but you never can tell . Then there are some interesting things about a few of your famous alumnae . Mr Lyon has received letters from Cecil Clifford 26 , Knox Dunlap 27 , and Chuck Ferris 26. Cecil Clifford is teaching at Kidder Institute , private voice and theory classes . He is p...
"THE ONCE-A-WEEK " [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 1 March 1928
THE ONCE-A-WEEK Published every Thursday morning by students in the Ithaca Conservatory and Affiliated School _; _KATHERINE V . BOYLES - - - Editor _ELSIE WATERS ---- _ ) MARY EVELYN MASON - - _} _A55 _ _6 EdK0 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 NORTON PRINTING COMPANY , Ithaca , N . Y . tendance and we may have to resort to this method but it seems absurd that we should have to . We appeal to you _for your own convenience that we all do our best to increase rather than to _decrease the attendance at these _various activities and in this way see if we cant improve the standard of the various student _activities . F . F . S .
A MATTER OF SLTP S [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 1 March 1928
A MATTER OF SLTP S During the past few months there has begun to be a noticeable decrease in the attendance at the various student activities . Out of the entire student body _it seems _rather poor spirit to find only about fifty percent of the people present at the recitals and Assemblies . You may think at the time that you are beating the school if you can come to a recital get a slip and then slip out the back door and away leaving your slip for someone else to hand in for you . But are you gaining anything in the final analysis ? Would not the experience that we gain from this professional contact with others be of some importance to us and to our work ? _These recitals are being put on solely for our benefit and it seems the lowest form of appreciation that we are not more regular in our attendance to them . You may recall that the people who have the attendance record in charge are very lenient with the student body but we are trusting you . It is _possible to have a perfect ...
ESTHER COVERT RAPIDLY RECOVERING FROM OPERATION [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 1 March 1928
ESTHER COVERT RAPIDLY RECOVERING FROM OPERATION Friends of Esther Bob Covert , who had an operation for appendicitis at the Ithaca Memorial hospital last Thursday , is rap idly recovering and _ready to receive callers . Esther is in the Dramatic Department and a member of the Griffis Hall cortege . She hails from Cimarron , Kansas , which seems pretty far away to a convalescent , at least that s what Esther says . An empty medicine bottle , the _contents o _ which have not been _analyzed , was found in thi burned clothes . —Salt Lake City _Tribune .
OUR BEST EXAMPLE [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 1 March 1928
OUR BEST EXAMPLE When _it conies to being a dead game sport , well have to pin the medal on Mrs . Spencer . To date she is our best example . Few of the people who heard her illustrated lecture on Spain _realized that she had a _fall just before going on which would have discouraged most professionals . But in spite of her bandaged , aching legs she showed the true trouper spirit and kept her engagement without flinching . Thats certainly a good example for all Cor contract seekers . _Incidentally , the dormitories are greatly indebted to Mrs . Spencer for the very splendid material aid which her lecture proved for them .
EGBERT HALL [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 1 March 1928
EGBERT HALL Snow comes and snow goes , and if you dont happen to catch it at just the right time—so does the sleigh ride go . But well have one yet—provided Father Winter gets ambitious again and shakes his feather bed . However sandwiches and cocoa disappeared later in the _evening as if wed been out for hours riding in the cold air . Somehow food always goes well here . Last week , _Wednesday to be exact , when the populace was celebrating the birthday of George Washington , Egbert girls were also . And right along with it we celebrated Bertha Phelps . She very sweetly invited us to her birthday supper , and we graciously accepted , donning our best party dresses of our childhood days . It was a very nice children s party and everybody acted their age and carried a doll , a dog a cat or most anything like that . Altogether Mother Keep said we were good _children—mostly . THE NORTH SIDE PHARMACY L . H . AMD C . W . DANIELS , PROPS . 507 N . Cayuga St ., Ithaca , N . Y . We thank yo...
SINFONIA SILHOUETTES [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 1 March 1928
SINFONIA SILHOUETTES After holding the well known council of _conflict , it was decided by the committee on general affairs comprised of Thor , Vulcan , and Mars that the mystery should be brought to light . President Schlabach was seen to halt before that vacant space on the wall of the Lobby and _scrutinize critically a nail located in the aforementioned well known wall . Extending an enquiring hand , he tested the strength of the spike regardless of the great danger to his well being in performing such a desperate feat . From all appearances however , the nail met with his most critical approval and he departed whence he had come . Much time elapsed . After a great amount of the aforementioned time sped on into eternity , there was noted to assume its place , between the billboards of Mu Phi Epsilon and _Sigma Alpha Iota , a third billboard . Finished in mahogany with three gold letters across the top , the new announcement board of Phi Mu Alpha has taken the vacancy left by the ...
ITHACA CLEANING AND DYEING WORKS [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 1 March 1928
ITHACA CLEANING AND DYEING WORKS We charge reasonable prices to clean _dresses well 409 W . STATE ST . PHONE 2142 _First Lawyer— How did your client take his sentence ? Second Lawyer— Not badly ; it just fits in with the time when his 20-year endowment policy matures !—London Humorist . Where did you get the fine new hat from ? I bought it ten years ago . Seven years ago I had it newly pressed . Three years ago it was dyed black . The year before _last I had a new band put around it . Last week I exchanged it at the restaurant !—- Jugend ( Munich ) .
THR DTJNCKRR ART SHOP [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 1 March 1928
THR DTJNCKRR ART SHOP Sewing of all kinds Hemstitching and pleating _g _^ Rhinestone setting—Buttons covered _Prompt service — We _aim _to please DIAL 7723 205 N . AURORA ST Hubby— Your check to the grocer came back with no funds on it . Wifie— That s funny , I saw an ad in the paper yesterday which said the bank has a surplus of over $3 , 000 , 000. —Green Gander .
Hard Stud y [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 1 March 1928
Hard Stud y With but little out-door _exercise soon runs down • the most vigorous . When you feel tired , no ambition , poor appetite , you need a tonic — Brooks Comp ound Sy rup of Hyphophosphit , es will build you up and put you on your feet . Full Pint $1.00
AT I . S . P . E [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 1 March 1928
AT I . S . P . E We notice around the place—That our Independent ISPE team is quite the team . They beat the Cornell Frosh last week _ _91 a _score of 26-24. That one-third cuts for lateness to classes are sprouting . Going to the Con for classes is fine diversion , but its doggone hard on the reputation . That Larry Sides is aiming high in _life . He springs on the air so _high and so often we fear he may leave us _soon . ( Maybe _he aims for Keiths . ) That Frances Petty is feeling better lately . The week-end in Elmira _must have been a good tonic . That the Junior Dancing Class learned a Russian dance in ( roo days _last week . _Miss Hugger was both _pleased and surprised and still marvels . That the Senior Girl s feel quite fairy-like since they learned to float scarfs-especlally since they wrap their feet in _them so easily . That Anatomy quizes are looked forward to with such zest , Doc has to let the Seniors and Juniors correct the Frosh papers in order nut to have to _give ...
NEWMAN HALL [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 1 March 1928
NEWMAN HALL Mother Middaugh left us . No , not for good . I guess we would just about perish if she should do that . Its bad enough for us to _be without her even for four _of five days . In the mean _time Mrs . Babcock has been our chaperone , and a very lovely chaperone she is , too . We all like her so much and are sorry to see her leave . Even though she has been wonderful to us we cannot help welcoming Mother Middy with open arms , and after her absence appreciating her doubly , if that can possibly be , We didnt tell you about our sleigh _ride , did we ? We must tell you . Now it s a good one so youll _have to listen closely . When 1 ; snowed so beautifully about the _middle of _last week we decided it would be a mighty nice time for a good old fabhioned sleigh _ride . So we got together , gatheicd in _one heap all the nickels and dimes _wed- been saving , and _hired a sleigh . Well , by the _time we get started ihe snow was pretty much thinned out on account of the sudden hea...
THE FROSH IN THE LIMELIGHT ! [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 1 March 1928
THE FROSH IN THE LIMELIGHT ! The Freshman Musical Comedy _, Life is _Like That written and staged by Douglas Card _16 , is going to _rival Rio Rita according to the predictions of the frosh themselves ! Life is Like That will be played in the Little Theatre Friday and Saturday night and Saturday afternoon . Tickets are fifty cents each and may be obtained from any member of the freshman class . The Friday night performance will be followed by a _formal closed dance . This _will be for freshmen only . A false impression has been circulated , namely that each freshman could invite another couple . This is not the case , one member of each couple attending the dance must be a freshman . The program for _the Musical Comedy is as _follows : Act . I Scene—Backstage of the Little Theatre Time—10 A . M . Cast of characters in the order of appearance : _Mrs . Lee , Charwoman ... ... Ernestine Brown Anna Belle Lee , her daughter . . Marjorie Fisher Mr . Hudson , casting director . . Clarence ...