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JOKES [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 15 March 1928

JOKES EASILY PRONOUNCED Playwright— You received my play , cl course ? _Will you produce it ? Producer— Why , yes ! Here ( to office IB _?) , dig down in the waste paper _basket and produce Mr . McKay s play for him . _—Green Go : l THEY SAYS I _hear you ve gone into truck farming . Aw , you can t kid me . You can t raise trecl _] —they come from a factory . _—Texas Ranger .

Publication Title: Ithacan
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FRIDAY 8:15 P . M . In the _Little Theatre there will be a program of four one-act iginals ; Mr . Tallcott ' h "The Grandstand Play " and Jean Latham ' s _"GIahs _featured thih _week-end . SATURDAY [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 22 March 1928

FRIDAY 8:15 P . M . In the _Little Theatre there will be a program of four one-act iginals ; Mr . Tallcott h The Grandstand Play and Jean Latham s _GIahs _featured thih _week-end . SATURDAY _spring event _; _, are _starting now . There will be homething of _interest ever _} rniiis these spring recitals and plays . STARTING NOW _ONE-ACT _PLAYS MATINEE MORE PLA _~ i > dav _now . Don _ t plays . _Fwo or-I-Ioii _^ cs * _will _be _2:30 P . M . In _the _Little Theatre there will be a performance of two one-acts from _each evening _s program . _8:15 P . M . Four more plays will be . g iven . More local talent disp _layed . Big crowd in _the audience . Better come !

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WEDNESDAY [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 22 March 1928

WEDNESDAY _ < ESS REIIEASAL FOR GREEN STOCKINGS 7 : 30 _P . M . In the Little _Theatre , _Dress _Rehearsal for Green Stocking _; _, _please be on hand . Green _Stockings will be played Thursday and Frida ) and Saturday on account of vacation . Tcchnic _.-il _staff _instead of _Friday

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_TUESDAY [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 22 March 1928

_TUESDAY 4 P . M 8:15 P , _Rerif . _il MI Regular weekly student recital . This will be the _last _before spring _holidays . . In the Littl _e Theatre _the Amards _present Miss Beryl Jourdan in her Giaduatiun

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CALENDAR [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 22 March 1928

CALENDAR _Calendar for the week _bcginmny March 22 nd THURSDAY

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MONDAY [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 22 March 1928

MONDAY MISS KATIIRYN BANKS IN RECITAL S : 15 P . M . In _the Little Theatre _the Williams School _presents _Miss Kathryn Bank _s , of Dallas , _Texas in _her _Senior Monologue .

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 22 March 1928

_STUDENT RECITA L _pISS BERYL JOURDAN IN RECITAL

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_UNDAY [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 22 March 1928

_UNDAY MR . HATIIAWAYS RECITAL 5 P . M . _At _the _Congregational Look for the program on page 4. Church Mr . _George Ilalhawav w his organ _recital

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THURSDAY [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 22 March 1928

THURSDAY _^ EMBLY This will be _the la _^ t _asM-iiibIi before Spring Vacation Don t miss _nni _final

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WATCH YOUR HANDS [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 22 March 1928

WATCH YOUR HANDS THE MAN IN THE MOO In the earl y part of the last _century Francois Delsarte , a French actor _, saw the underl ying correspondence between the mind and its channels of expression . M . Delsarte considered the hand as an important _mental agent and after years of study and observation compiled a list of significant gestures of the hands and arms and the emotion they express . A few of them are : Calm power—Arms folded over chest . Subjective mental concentration—Arms behind back , elapsed . Subjective emotional _concentration—Arms folded behind back . _Resignation—Arms crossed over _chest or hands clasped over chest . Conceit—Arms lifted at _sides to different degrees or hands on hips . Insolence—Same as above , elbows pointing front . _^— Dear Con Folks _- Sympathetic attention—Hands on _knees or Although I worked my _harden last weel _. clasped over knees _, end , I just couldn t begin to get to all _At Domination—Arms down _at sides , forefinger parties around th...

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DEBITS AND CREDITS [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 22 March 1928

DEBITS AND CREDITS In every person there is something of the gambler . No matter how staid or unromantic the composite ofhis character may be , at some time or other in his life he finds himself taking a chance . Some chances mean gain . Others mean _loss . One man may stand at a nickel punch board ten _minutes and make a quarter . Another may stand there half as long and lose a dollar . So it is with an experience like an education . After all we are taking chances at that . We hope we have something to _capitalize and _we spend three or four years making sure . At the end of that time if we could add up our debits and _credits forgetting our actual school work , what sort of a balance would we find ? One girl remarked the other day that she had spent two years in Ithaca and _felt that during that time she had meniall y _deteriorated . She was exaggerating perhaps . At _any _rate , the fault _was _her own . And if it were true—then what a terrible realization to have . Intellectual...

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SOME _VOCABULARY [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 22 March 1928

SOME _VOCABULARY The following letter from a _native of Africa was recentl y _received by a Chicago company ; Sir : Connection burden reputation and most respectfully to acquainted with you that : I sercure perceived your desip iation and adure _; _-s _by reason of a certain cue _affectionate of mine . _Consequence : you are a beneficially manufactory at U . S . A . Thus on _receipt of this note , take courage to departured me your bargain catalogue including price list ere my order to your destination . Thus _, should this application prove me successful , I will always endeavored by dilli gent _discharged of my occupations to demonstrate my opinion of your kindness . _I am ambushed your _benevolence rejoined in arrived at next mail . ish . We come to Ithaca with different purposes . Those who come to work would bemoan an afternoon frittered away in dormitory visiting , _while those who come for a good time would groan at the prospect of a week-end of rehearsals . Each would give t...

Publication Title: Ithacan
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"THE ONCE-A-WEEK " [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 22 March 1928

THE ONCE-A-WEEK Published every Thursday morning by studcnis in the Ithaca Conservatory and Affiliated Schools KATHERINE V . BOYLES - - - Editor ELSIE WATERS - - - - ) MARY EVELYN MASON - \ _Assoc _• _ate EdKors 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 .

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GUSTAV NELSON AND ROWLAND CRESWELL IN BUFFA LO [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 22 March 1928

GUSTAV NELSON AND ROWLAND CRESWELL IN BUFFA LO On March 9 , Rowland Cresswell , accom . panied by Gustav Nelson , played in one of Buffalo s finest churches before hundre ds of people . From reports received their _naiw is made in Buffalo , and a return ciigagemem is _, considered in the near future . . Recently _Cresswell was appointed head of the _cello department in the Binghamion Instiiim of _Musical Art and has a large number of pupils there . April IS is the final concert ol the Binghamton Symphony which _has had a successful season . Next fall is _Rowland second year with the Symphony as first cellh _; when he will be soloist in the openine _concen

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PHI EPS1 LON KAPPA [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 22 March 1928

PHI EPS1 LON KAPPA We _wish to thank all those who hel ped to make our dance a success . prc-sklent Bartlette will soon be leaving us to attend the national conveniion held at Chicago . We are wondering what a certain party _will do during his absence . _Brothers Hagen and Wheeler must be commended on the way _. - handled the game between the I . S . P . E . Independents and the _Conservatory Allstars . A _little spark , A little coil , A little gas , A little oil , A piece of tin , Two inches of board , . Put it together and you have McLoren s Ford . Battling Bell and Gunboat I-Iauser have beeun extensive train . Wahl and Sherman have been men . The fight will be handled by Kid Tuthill . Signs of Spring : — 1. Crowded gorge . 2. Moonligh t nights . 3. Trickling water . t . Muddy shoes . A new book has just been published Big _League Courtshi p —- Pansey . We are _wondering _if the spring weather _will bring the _Hermits off the third floor . Tar Baby Wilkie and Squat have made thei...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 22 March 1928

CHASING THE OVERHEAD Judge— Why _have you not made these alimony payments ? _Defendant— I can t start till week after next , Judge . There are till _two _instalments due on the _engagement ring . —Life . The Robinson Studio invite _s you to _come in and look over our work Photographer to the Cayug an _212-214 E State St .

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HE ROBINSON STUDIO [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 22 March 1928

HE ROBINSON STUDIO JUST IN TIME The _Dreaded Mother-in-Law— Is _your father at home ? Little _Chester— Father has gone out . Dreaded— Gone out ! And I saw him plainl y in the _window rhe street . Little Chester— _Yes , but lie from _sli pped down the fire escape . _—Kasper ( Stockholm )

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 22 March 1928

_•»^— _- «« _T- » _- _^»—~ inusn t blame me for my I _blame them for you . He Oh , _you She— I ( ont TAKE _PLENTY OF FILM Always be ready for the unexpected with plenty of reliable Kodak Film , Get your supp ly at this _store today . Kodaks are $5 up ; Brownies $2 up HEADS CAMERA STORE 109 N . Aurora St . ancestors .

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Page 3 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 22 March 1928
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 22 March 1928

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