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CALENDAR FOR WEEK OF JAN . 31 , _1927 [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 31 January 1927
CALENDAR FOR WEEK OF JAN . 31 , _1927 Mon . 8:15 Assembly . 9 : 00 Chaperons _Meeting—Williams Hall . P . M . 7:00 Sigma Meeting—Sorority House . 7:30 Mu Phi Meeting—Sorority House . 7:30 Phi Mu Alpha Meeting . 7:30 Amard Meeting . Tues . P . M . +: 00 Student Recital—Little Theatre . 7:30 Faculty Council—Elocution Hall . Wed . _Clas . ses et _sundry . Thurs . P . M . 4:00 Faculty Recital—Conservatory Hall bv Rollo Anson TaIIcott . Fri . P . M . S : 15 Faculty Recital by Leon Sampaix . Sat . ( Shhh !!!! _Miss Evan s Birthdav ) . BOOST THE ENDOWMENT Benefit of Endowment Fund PIANO CONCERT by LEON SAMI . UX Monday night Feb . 4 th , 1927 Sonata _, op . 37 _Moderate e risoluto Andante non troppo _Sherzo Finale : allegro vivace ......................... P . Tsc / iaikotcsky Ballade in G minor ................. _.................. Fr , C / _iof i _in Novelette op . 17 ......................................... A _ . Medtuer Wedding Cake Waltz .... .......................... C . _Saint-Sum...
ENDOWMENT CONCERTS [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 31 January 1927
ENDOWMENT CONCERTS In addition to their money pledges , the _following members of the Faculty have promised to give public concerts and lectures for the benefit of the Endowment Fund : Leon Sampaix Piano Concert . Bert Rogers Lyon Concert by prominent Metropolitan Artist ( All expenses for same to be paid by Mr . Lyon ) . Edward Amherst Ott Famous Lecture Sour Grapes Wallingford Riegger Orchestral Concert . W . Grant Egbert—our founder—Violin Concert _. BOOST THE ENDOWMENT
THE GUESTS DEPARTED AT A LATE HOUR [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 31 January 1927
THE GUESTS DEPARTED AT A LATE HOUR On Tuesday night a reception was given by the Faculty to the Presidents of each organization in the Conservato ry . During the earlier part of the evening there wer . e tables devoted to various games , _such as brid ge , donkey , dominoes _, or what have you . An efficient committee made everyone feel welcome , and there was a genial atmosphere of friendliness . After a time we were told to arrange our selves like a well-bred audience . Little did we realize what was in store for us . A masterpiece in the form of a grand opera in five _blossoming acts , The Nefarious Buck composed , directed , and read by Marshall Whitehead , unfolded itself before our admiring eyes . The plot was extremely complex . It had to do with the love affair of the Lady Lena Leonora Leona , ( Lillian Speakman ) and the Duke of Cuspidor , ( Elwyn Swarthout ) . Their happiness _was constantly being destroyed by the _notorious _! villian , the Buck of Dukingham ( James Kavan...
"THE ONCE-A-WEEK " [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 31 January 1927
THE ONCE-A-WEEK _Student Publication of the Ithaca Conservatory and Affiliated Schools Ithaca , New York _^ 1———— . ——————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————— . —————- GENEVIEVE ELLIOTT ------- Editor-in-C hief KATHRYN BOYLES ------ _- i _ _ _;• _Associate Editors EVELYN BOZEMAN -- -- ---- J _EVELYN SWANK -- ----- _Business Manager MARIE BARTON ---- - _Ass istant _Business Manager ENDOWMENT ADVANCE NEWS An Endowment fund for our Alma Mater ! Last year this was presented to us as an idea—a beautiful and wonderful possibility—we were all _enthused—a n option on a campus site was secured—and then—everybody became immersed in other things and apparently forgot _all about it . That is all but a few ! Now—these few have called our attention to it again . It is no longer an idea , it has become a tangible _something we must either accept nuv or drop for all time . To be _sure it _is still in its _infancy—but—thanks to the Infinite Law of Progress , it is this minut...
ADVANCED STUDENT _RECITAL [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 31 January 1927
ADVANCED STUDENT _RECITAL Monday evening a program was given by the advanced students of the Ithaca Conservatory of Music and was shown as a superior student perfo rmance . The main feature of _the evening was a Padcrewiski Palonaise for piano and orchestra , played by Gustav Nelson . Leon Sampaix played the orchestra part on a second piano . Mr . Nelson proved his artistic ability by his reall y masterly performance of this work . The violin department was admirably represented by _the Misses Ann Zeigler and Olga Rita Barina . Miss Zeigler _played Ramonza Andaluza by Sarasate with excellent tonal quality and technical control . Miss Barina played Introduction et Tarantelle by the same composer with a fine show of musical ability . - Rowland Cresswell , cellist , was thoroughl y enjoyed in his musicianly rendition of Kol Nidree by Bruch . The Band School was represented by Lester Bascom who gave a cornet solo in an artistic manner . , Miss Margaret Daum , soprano , was delightful in...
PHI DELTA PI [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 31 January 1927
PHI DELTA PI For Formal Dinner Eti quette _ask : Jane Riley how to slip an olive before first _course . Dot Rowe to how many hides peas are _served . Mim Boyer how many chances you get for right spoon for fruit cocktail . Pat Hanisch the proper way to _say , Way-tah—please call a taxi . Betty Milligan if it is good form to blush when called upon impromptu for a toast . BOOST THE ENDOWMENT BLUE NOTES ( A Weekly Colyum by D . J . S . ) - - Current _Comments Funny , the fuss people are making over long _distance _swimming nowadays . Lei somebody swim 15 miles and the world hands him a good half million _, what with vaudeville contracts , movie offers recommendations for cold cream , and signed articles on My Amazing Marathon , in the Terrible Truth Magazine . But suppose somebody plays fifteen hours of immortal Bach or _Beethoven , without stopping , what does he get ? Nothing but callouses and the wrath of his neighbors . This is _sure an unaesthetic world . Georgre : Any poor _fish c...
PHI MU ALPHA [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 31 January 1927
PHI MU ALPHA Brother Earl Breon has gone to New York where he has accepted a position in an orchestra . The brothers wish him success and _extend deepest sympathy to Miss Irene Sack . Phi Mu Alpha pledged the following men at their pledge service Sunday night . Franz Mahan Stewart Chapman Lester Nelson _Stabler McHenry Lawler Wheeler , Brown Weinsheimer Grey Me Ewan Schlabach Taylor Anderson Phillips Cannon After the service refreshments were enjoyed , and instruction _s wcie _distributed . _Brothers Nettleton and Gelder _were seen on the Six Mile Creek highway Saturday . It is rumored they were running away to forget some _girl , but the coldness of the weather drove them hack _to again partake nf Ithaca s food and shelter . _Brother Brigham has attended meetings during his stay in Ithaca . Brothers , A . Smith , Lynch and Angell have been in town , Brother Angell _is now fiddling with insurance . Success ole man . Feb . 22 is All American night . Watch for the program _s . BOOST T...
OUTSIDE GIRLS [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 31 January 1927
OUTSIDE GIRLS _Sometimes we feel that folks around this school don t even know the Outiyde Girls are on the Map , but Ill say we re here with bells on . We have it all over the girls that stay in the dorms too . We never have to stay in to proctor . We don t get our rooms inspected every morning and we never _, never , _never are on campus . Of course we are supposed to work and it isn t always fun to stay in with the kids or wash the dinner dishes but just the same we have a good time . Wed like to know the rest of you folks better though . Come and see us when you are out walking . You can t miss us for we re all _over town . One _of _Them .
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 31 January 1927
ALUMNI NEWS Miss Anita Hall 26 spent several days of last week at the _Sigrna Alpha Iota House . Miss Hall is at present a pupil of Mr . Richard B . DeYoung , Chicago , Illinois . Bernice Fitzgerald , a former student _, is now teaching in Harrisville , N . Y . Mrs . Laura Hinkley Snyder of Rochester , N . Y ., spent several days in Ithaca recently . We are very glad to hear that Prof . Cecil Clifford is doing splendid work at the Kidder Institute , Kidder , Mo . Miss Naomi Sobers 23 is a leading church soloist in Bethlehem , Pa . _Miss Helen Canfield , 25 Port Jervis , N . Y _., was a guest at the Junior Prom last Friday . Word has been received that Irva Landis , a Conservatory graduate , was married recently to Dr . Albert Marion Hyde , who is Field Manager of the Radcliff Chautauqua _, at Washington , D . C . Mrs . Hyde plans to return to the Conservatory to work for her B . 0 ; E . Degree . Julia Vail and Howard Foster are also planning to come back for Degree work . We notice ...
NEWMAN HALL [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 31 January 1927
NEWMAN HALL If anyone should perchance doubt that Newmanites are studious , let him or her enter Newman some night before exams _, at midnight ! All last week we burned Mr . Johnston s midnight _ oil . Consequently this week we can t burn the gas grate . Pat Peters has returned and looks better than ever . Margie Tompkins had her tonsils removed last week-end , and is improving rap idly . The rest of us are recuperating from intensive study . Ask Janes Woods if she likes caramel lollypops , and how much it costs to phone to _Buffalo . And that s that— F . Kinncar . BOOST THE ENDOWMENT NORTON PRINTING CO .
NOBLE _COURT [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 31 January 1927
NOBLE _COURT Noble Court opened the season for 1927 , with a fo . rmal _dinner in honor of Miss Louise D . Prescott , and _Miss Doris E . Hunt , on January 16. The dinner was to celebrate their birthdays . After dinner , speeches were made by the Misses Hunt and Prescott . Then we _were all very much surprised when Miss Doris Bennett , our guest for the day _, confided to us the news of her engagement to Walter Ralph of her home town . We owe all the credit of a perfectly splendid party to Mother Noble for letting us use her apartment , and for all the help she gave us . Only one thing dimmed the day , our President , Miss Martha Harrison was ill and unable to join us . B . M . J .
_FACULTY RECITAL [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 31 January 1927
_FACULTY RECITAL Last _Thursday afternoon at four o clock Mr . Williams gave _*^ . _3t _. _-i _ui _^^* t * _J _u _± _n _, _t * _iuwn iuur u i _/ _lucn _. . vvmiums _gave _recital a in the Little Theatre , _consisting of a number of selected readings from Robert Browning . This will be the first of a series of recitals to be _given in the Little Theatre every _Thursday afternoon by members of the faculty of the Williams School of Expression . The next one of the series will be given by Rollo Anson Tallcott .
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 31 January 1927
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DON'T MISS THIS [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 7 February 1927
DONT MISS THIS Program of Special Endowment Production to be given at the Little Theatre Friday Evening , February llth at 8:15. All tickets 50c . PRODUCTION STAFF Director and General Manager - - - Stage Manager and Lighting Effects Property Manager - - - - Art and Design - - - - - Advertising Manager - - - PART I CONCERT 1. Knox Dunlop , Baritone Soloist a . Der Doppelganger - - - b . Request - - - - - c . Invictus ---- 2. Gustav Nelson , Piano Soloist Polonaise for Piano and Orchestra - - - Padereiaski ( Miss Edith Kimple at second piano ) 3. Youth Danced by the Misses Mable Varner and Miriam Boyer 4. Conservatory String Quartette 1 st Violin , Kathleen Kimple—2 nd violin _, Marjorie Seeley Viola , Anthony Bek—Cello , Rowland Cresswell a . Scherzo from Quartette No . 4 - - - - Beethoven b . Andante Cantabile ----- Tchaikovsky c . The Mill ---- _- ----- Rajf Intermission Little Symphony Orchestra under direction of Miss Anne Zeigler . PART II PLAY Lost Time ! a 1-act comedy-drama ...