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SINFONIA SILHOUETTES [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 15 March 1928
SINFONIA SILHOUETTES On a certain evening not so far back in times past , the brothers of the House of Phi Mu Alpha were smitten with a new and glittering idea . First it was whispered among the favored few to whom the great thought had first occurred . Gradually the whisper grew to a murmur , and from that stage to a decision on the part of the members of the House to have a great and glorious celebration . Consequently it became known thru wide and various channels that Phi Mu Alpha was going to have a House Dance . It happened on Thursday night , a week _ago . Had the casual onlooker been admitted to the house , he would have beheld a merry gathering shaking the jovial clod-hopper to the ever bewitching ryrhms of a Wes Thomas Band . Refreshments , in the form of sandwiches and cocoa , _were dispensed to the merry makers . _As all things end so did this notable evening , with the agreement of all to a pleasant memory of a good time . The well known happencr bv , might also have _p...
_FHE STATE _SUPERVISOR'S REPORT OF MISS WIL -SON'S TEACHING [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 15 March 1928
_FHE STATE _SUPERVISORS REPORT OF MISS WILSONS TEACHING It is always interesting to hear of the _success of a teacher in the field who is a graduate of Ithaca . Miss Celia Wilson who is _supervisor of Music at LeRoy , New York to which _place she was appointed after her graduation _last year from P . S . M . was commented on bv Mr . Carter of the State Department as _follows : Once in a long while , I visit a school in which I merely go from class to class _, watching _the operation of a smoothly-running , effective machine . I had that experience in _watching the work of Miss Celia Wilson in LeRoy . IB the grades , the _teachers and pupils alike _were interested and enthusiastic . The _hinging ton _; was admirable , the music reading was _accurate _, and the performance of songs in the grade _school assembly was really _artistic . The _high school chorus and the orchestra ( both of which should be approved for credit ) arc having the right kind of training . If there is any _thing ...
132 EAST BUFFALO STREET SAYS : — [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 15 March 1928
132 EAST BUFFALO STREET SAYS : — Funny things happen here every day of me week , except Sunday , when we try to be more _circumspect—that s why we are always _sim ! _- ing when you see us ! For instance , our Phy Eds ., Chick and _Down ? were studying about _internal ore _. an _ _ l _^ other night . Marj . Fisher entered just in W _&lt; to hear the word organ and said _, Oh , I think orthophonic is much more _sophisticate . Next day Barbara put on Pat s glasses anil walked across the floor . The floors _seems i » far away with them on ! Mary L . — Thats because those are _Pat i glasses and she is taller than you are ! Usually these is quite a variety of _subfic11 discussed at our bull sessions , but now _tl _is only one . —the dance Thursday night . _ has quite changed our mode of living , when a girl comes to the door now the _W vemional ( ?) greeting of Hi has been _chang _^ to , — What dance are you going to give _ le ; The result of all this planning will 1 _e ( n1 ten u...
CAST ANNOUNCE [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 15 March 1928
CAST ANNOUNCE The cast for Three Live Ghosts has _been posted . This is one of Frederick Isham s best known _plays , and is made up of rich English comedy . The play will be given around the first of May . Those playing parts are : Old Sweetheart .......... Virginia Kuschke Peggy Woofers ................ Elsie Waters Bolton ................. Marshall Whitehead Jimmie Gubbins .................. Don Foxe William Foster .................... Ray Hall Spoofy ........................ Ralph Rider Rose Gordan ................ Kitty Rothermel Briggs ......................... Bob de Lany Benson ...................... Everett Griffith Lady Liecester ................ Esther Covert
MR . SOPKIN IN CONCER _1 [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 15 March 1928
MR . SOPKIN IN CONCER _1 On Monday evening Stephan Sopkins _;]] give a concert with the Conservatory Orchcsi under the direction of Dr . Riegger . PROGRAM Brahms . Violin Concerto , considered bv _nianr as the most beautifu l work of its kind . Bach . E major Concerto . Viextemps . Concerto in D major .
T _^ _"j ? _i7 17T ( fW _%7I ? _'D C i _tOi'P A rUb r _iLUW _Il _/ K _&rlUt [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 15 March 1928
T _^ _j ? _i7 17T ( fW _%7I ? _D C i _tOiP A rUb r _iLUW _Il _/ K _&amp;rlUt HAROLD A . PRATT 214 E . _SENECA DIAL 8560 _Believe me , the talent of _success is nothing more than doing what ) ou can do _well ; and doing well whatever you do—without a _thought _it fame . —Longfellow . It _isn t your position but your disposition that makes you happy or _unhappy . Jud gc ~ \ Vhat did you do when you saw the _deceased ? The officer _)•» you neither slowed down nor turned out . _efendant— I took all precautions , Your Honor . I blew mv horn _ w _Wsed him . -Columbia Jester . _ _ irst Collegian— Lend me a quarter , will ya ? _ond Collegian— Say , if it cost five cent for a trip around the _v _ _u _• l _uldn t get out of sight . —Denison Flamingo .
YELLOW BIRD STATIONERY STORE [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 15 March 1928
YELLOW BIRD STATIONERY STORE Telep hone 8655 V . L . Burgea _. Embossing _Engraving Invitations Programs All Conservatory dies in stock ITHACA , NEW YORK 2+ Hour Service 107 W . _Seneca St We have _received a card of invitation to _dinner which says : _Dress Optional . Personally , _we intend to _go clothed . —Arkansaw Thomas Cat . _Policeman— Yer can t go there , _Miss ; it s a one-way _street . Lad y— But I onl y want to go one way . —Punch . Neighbor— Yes , but I ad the last word wiv him . I _scz to im , I _sez , _You re as ugly as if youd been measured for it . —Punch . Hermon is planning a Homecoming . The Cemetery _Association will hold this Homecoming _Saturday , Sept . 10.—Galesburg Register-Mail .
Burns Bakery [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 15 March 1928
Burns Bakery I ry our Hot Cross Buns They re great Place your standing _order _todai 119 N . Aurora St . THE FLY _^ G FINGER 20+ N . AURORA ST ., ITHACA , N . _Y . _Personal Greeting Cards , Stationery Bridge _Accessories on disp lay Buy _Somebo dy Somctlnng MRS . M . B . YONTZ at the SMART SHOIIE is prepared to _take care of your needs for ihe new _year Dresses , Mil _linery , Nove _lty Jewelry , Flowers , Handkerchiefs , Undergarments . 124 N . AURORA ST .
THE DUNCKER ART SHOP [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 15 March 1928
THE DUNCKER ART SHOP Sewing of all kinds Hemstitching and pleating Rhinestone setting—Buttons covered Prompt service — _We aim _to please DIAL 7723 205 N . AURORA ST Wifey— John , there is _some one in the pantry , and Ive just made a pie . Hubby— Well , its all right with me as long as he don t die in [ he house . _—Exchange .
A . B . BROOKS & SON [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 15 March 1928
A . B . BROOKS &amp; SON Lady— How come you are a tramp ? Tramp— Crowded out of my profession . I m a sky writer from _Pittsburgh . —Allston ( Mass . ) Recorder Pharmacists 126 East State Street How long have you been working for the Swivel Company ? ; Ever since old Swivel threatened to discharge me . —Pitt Panther
LIFE _PLANNIJN [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 15 March 1928
LIFE _PLANNIJN OXE _THING IX LIFE The man is li o _seeks one _tiling In lifr , and but one , May hope _to _achieve it _before li fe is _done ; But he win ) _seeks all tilings , _wherever _lie _f / oes , Onl y _reap s , from the hopes wliirh _around him _lie soivs : 1 harvest of _barren regre _ts . — OWEN MEREDITH
STUDENT COUNCIL DANCE at GYMNASIUM Music by the [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 15 March 1928
STUDENT COUNCIL DANCE at GYMNASIUM Music by the RAINBOW MEN with an eleven piece combination Admission $1.00 Couple $1.50 Stag Dancing from 9 till 12 Brown— What do you do with your wornout razor-blades ? Jones— I shave with them . _—Pennsy lvania Punch Bowl . Are you guilty or not guilty ? I don t quite see , said the _prisoner sadly _, why I should express an opinion and try to interfere with the jury s guessing contest . —- Washington Star . The Literary Digest has unearthed a hammer which it estimates has struck 360 , 000 , 000 blows . It is thought by some to have been the one used to call the famous Madison Square Garden convention to order . —Detroit News . _FOUND IN TOBACCO LEAVES Tobacco leaves when submitted to chemical analysis yield nicotine , which is its _. most characteristic constituent , albumen , a gluten-like substance ; gum , resin , malic and citric acids , and a large amount of inorganic _constituents , 100 parts of the dry _leaf yielding from _about 19 to 27 p...
MU PHI EPSILON [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 15 March 1928
MU PHI EPSILON On Saturday of _last week Mu Phis gave another bridge . This makes the third given thi _s year . But cheer up , everyone , we aren t going to give any more for a while at least . Somehow or _other it s hard to play Bridge on a tipring day , isn t it ? Dr . Wallingford Reigger , one of our _patrons gave a very interesting lecture recital on A Synphonic Poem last Monday evening . The lecture _was illustrated by the playing of records which included the modern Afternoon of a Faun by Debussy and Les Preludes by Lihzt . Before the lecture recital initiation was held for patronesses and patron . At this time the following persons _were taken into Mu Phi as patronesses : _Miss Estelle V . L . Sherrill , former Dean of Women , Mrs . Leslie Wilson _, Mrs . F . R . Wegner and Mrs . Ruth Stout , Mr . Lynn Bogart , a member of the faculty , was initiated as a patron . We are very glad to welcome the new comers into Lambda Chapter . M . L . B . POWER FROM VOLCANO Volcanic heat emi...
TEAM WORK [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 15 March 1928
TEAM WORK It s all very well to have courage and skill And its fine to be counted a star , But the single deed with its touch or thrill Doesn t tell us the man you are ; For there s no lone hand in the game we play . We must work to a bigger scheme , And the thing that counts in the world today Is , How do you pull with the team ? They may sound your praise and call you great They may single you out for fame , But you must work with your running mate Or youll never win _the game ; For never the work of life is done By the man with a selfish dream , For the battle is lost or the battle is won By the spirit of the team . You may think it fine to be praised for skill , But a greater thing to do Is to set your mind and set your will On the goal thats just in view ; It s helping your fellowman to score When his chances hopeless seem ; It s forgetting self till the game is o er And fighting for the team . —Edgar A . _Guest .
SIGMA SIDELIGHT S [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 15 March 1928
SIGMA SIDELIGHT S On Wednesday night our monthl y niusical was given at the Chapter _House . The nu pose of the program was to show the develon ment of music from the Folk Song , throiiEh il _romantic periods , to the _present day modern music . Before each number a _quotation _na _read describing that period of music . Tir program _was as follows : Folk Songs Quartet—the Ash Grove ......... Tradiva ] Trio—Trinning ..................... _Bratms Betty Carrington , Sara Mill _. cr , Margaret ffalt _. ingshaw , and Catharine Evans Piano—Two part Inventions , No s 1 and 8 .................................. . _Bad Alice Hayek Concert in G Minor for violin and piano ................................ _Tanics Hazel Woodard and Mary Lou Evans Voice—If only I could find again ... _Brahms Mary Aid r ich Piano—May Night ................ Palivgrai Isle of Shandms ........... .. _Palivgrii Gladys Shorey Epsilon was happy to hold a _pledging _&lt; er _. vice on Sunday afternoon , for Winona...
SHAME ! [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 15 March 1928
SHAME ! The poor fellow was miserable . Becaue _il one false step , he was ruined for life . p haps she would never speak to _linn _W _ 11 With desperation _in his heart , _he turned to _I one last plea . She looked at him with sweet reproach a her face . She was not angry , only _dii _. _illiis11 Her love had changed to _ashes _, at her _l « l He was only another erring ma _. _^ starry eyes tear-dimmed she gazed at the a _) swain at her feet . Her loving _heart _soft After all it was woman s _mission to li B from his sin . With down-cast _looks , _•• he &lt;» _^ said , John Ill forgive you this time , lit ° put your arm around my waist again .