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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 15 October 1926
Once-a-week loo k for our Advertisement We have no end of things you require for wear for athletic use , for Sport equipment just look us up , Sweaters , the black _ones-. _Sweat _Shirts , plain and fancy Tennis Equipment Golf Equipment Basketball Equipment Soccer Equipment Football Equipment . Skating . Equip _ ment Skiing Equipment We outfit over 550 Colleges , Preps and Schools . all over U . S . A _. Treman , King &amp; Co
_"Le Rendevous des Artistes _" [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 22 October 1926
_Le Rendevous des Artistes _ Greenwich Village has nothing on us , boys and girls ! Ithaca boasts its own mecca for those who are endowed with a _distinctly Bohemian tendency ! You of the artistic temperament , —you who delight in the wierd eccentric things of life , —have you found your niche in Ithaca ? Laughter and gay chatter , the sound of clinking glasses , music and revelry and of course , food , —delicious food _, —yes we know _whor-e _^ to find it all , —in Ithaca . They all find it sooner or later , —people who delight in an atmosphere of this sort , —and what a variety of personalities it attracts . - You touch elbows _, with world famous _artists , no less prominent personages than Caesar Thomson and his Understudy and Interpreter . Snatches of conversations in French and Italian intrigue _your attention . Composers , poets , actors , dramatists , —the highlights and stars of every profession , —here is where they shake off the cares of the professional world , —escape t...
Tell Us ! [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 22 October 1926
Tell Us ! You ve read the first issue of the Once-a-Week , and here is the second . Now if you are a normal human being , you think things after reading a little news sheet of this kind , —some good things we hope , and naturall y some suggestions _which , in your estimation would improve _, it . The Once-a-Week is your paper , —yours to read , —yours to make ! If you like it , tell us about it . If you have some suggestions , let us in on them ! We thank You . The Staff
Announcements Hallowe ' en Ball [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 22 October 1926
Announcements Hallowe en Ball The Amards are now laying plans for their annual Halloween Ball , which promises to be one of the biggest events of the season .. Somehow or other , when that spooky old spirit gets into our bones , — that ghostly—witchy feeling , —there s just enough of the primitive superstitious in us , to make it irresistible . Everyone finds himself having a good time on Halloween . It s in the air , we think !!
"Phi Delta Pi " [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 22 October 1926
Phi Delta Pi We re glad to say a word right here to the G . A . R . s ( Grand Army of _Reducers ) , because we know something which should be of vital interest to them . Under the _auspices of the Phi Delta Pi Sorority , the Gym will be open every Wednesday night to Conservato ry students who wish to play Basketball , take reducing exercises , play with the dumb-bells , or execute some German gymnastics . The work will be supervised by Miss _Hugger and Miss Thorne .
Mr . Deland to Give Lecture-Recital [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 22 October 1926
Mr . Deland to Give Lecture-Recital Enthusiasm!—Say , were running hi gher in pep than ever before . The reports the girls brought home from National Convention are most inspiring . In June 1928 , Epsilon Chapter of Sigma Alpha Iota will be Hostess for the Convention . On Monday night , October 25 , 1926 , Mr . Deland , instructor of Organ in I . C . M ., will _give a lecture rectial on a Wagner Opera in the chapter house , for active , alumnae and patroness members .
Mu Phi Epsilon Musical [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 22 October 1926
Mu Phi Epsilon Musical Everything is nonpareil at Mu Phi Epsilon . We have initiated three new members and have seven pledges . We have held regular meetings and are planning various activities for the coming school year , the first of which is an informal musical to be held _Tuesday evenine , October _26111: _
Newrpan Hall [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 22 October 1926
Newrpan Hall We re still here , folks . Don t forget to drop in and see us occasionaly , Were usually here—and we re proud of our house . Come in—well _show you around . Our housemeetings are as peppy as usual . Our president is Maude Shone . Girls , and others—we dont believe any house ever had a better president than we have . Maude is _with us , and for us , in everything we do , and we are willing to help her in every way possible . The girls here are lucky . Several of them have been enjoying visits from their parents lately . Mr . and Mrs . Konwiser were here , and so were Mr . and Mrs . Stevens , and Louise Perrine s mother and father . Lillian Johnston s mother arrived Monday . Gretchen Mack is _getting boisterous again—she bounced off the arm of a chair in house meeting Monday . Her room-mate is equally folish , for when walking with George the other nigh t , Miss Lee lost her shoe . If you need anyone for an auctioneer , call on Peg Brown . Her voi . ce will carry as far a...
Blue Notes [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 22 October 1926
Blue Notes A Weekly Colyum by D . J . F . Well , here we are again . Wonder what the faculty thinks of us this year . Wonder if the _faculty wonders what we think of . them this year . Wonder if every body wonders what _everybody else really wonders , anyway . Wonderful , what one will wonder when one is _wondering— . But speaking of the faculty , we noticed that in last week s Once-a-Week faculty rhymes with specialty , which reminds us of a little verse : — Ambitious artists , be of cheer , — Music and poetry now are _ freer . The best musicians play blue notes , — And all who wish may now be poets . Plato ( or somebody ) says , He who sings at his dinner doth murder the song . And now the poor wretch who whistled in a saloon is in jail . Heavens , music is a dangerous profession ! By the way , we asked some one the other day what she would live on if she lost all her money _, and she said Applesauce and dates . ( N . B . Applesauce is always served with dates . ) A cynical miss ....
Kids is Kids [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 22 October 1926
Kids is Kids Judging from all reports , we are led to conclude that the Amard Party Monday night was a howling success , if one can judge by the uproarious gaiety and hilarity _,, _vhich seemed to prevail during the entire evening . But of _course there was some _excuse for _such pandemonium , because in reality , _it was a kid party ! And talk about kids!—Every type from Our Gang to Thithter Thusie and then some . Johnnie Burns and that hot necktie of his made a decided hit . Then of course we were especiall y impressed with Miss Speakman s curls , and Jimmie _s baby face ! The Farmer in the Dell , London Bridges , and all of those highly intellectual games afforded amusement for the little tots , and when suckers were passed around , their delight was unbounded . The youngsters danced , pantomimed fairy tales , and then were entertained by several readings and stunts which were joyously received ! The lunch of milk and cake was indeed something to write home to the folks about . W...
The Joys of the Lobby [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 22 October 1926
The Joys of the Lobby The reception room is the place to be If youre feeling alone or blue . _Tis there you may hear the fiddles squeak With notes that are far from true . You may hear the children , small and sweet , Seek out each key with care . You may hear them counting , one—two—three As they slowly labor there . From the floor above come the notes of song Sounding out loud and free ; And from Mr . Brown in accents clear _You _may learn how de-ep the sea When the _band adds it s tune with a mighty _crash Our endurance can hold us no more , We grab our books , our slickers and hats And rush with all speed for the door .
"THE ONCE-A-WEEK " [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 22 October 1926
THE ONCE-A-WEEK _Student-Publication of the Conservatory _of Music / Ithaca , New York GENEVIEVE ELLIOTT - - _ - - - - - Editor-in- C hief KATHRYN BOYLES ------ 1 _ _ • _;• _Associate Editors EVELYN BOZMAN ------ -. J EVELYN SWANK ------- Business M anager MARIE BARTON ----- Assistant Business Manager
The Girl Friend [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 22 October 1926
The Girl Friend In my class she softly saunters , Pink of cheek and reddened lip ; She will always make some hit , For she passes out good banter _... ( I ) If she doesn _t know her stuff , _• _ _ . .- ( Which is due to _th-e chronistics ( 2 ) Or perhaps it is nights-mystics ) ( 3 ) / She replies Im over worked , _^ _. _ _/ _ Now you know , Id never shirk , And she gets away with it , While we others have a fit . Then in class she often patters Of THAT LINE SHE GOT LAST NIGHT , ( 4 ) • Of that man—he was a _sight ; Or perhaps her getting fatter Is the line of conversation That broadcasts from her station . She sure is forte on looks , With a SKIN YOU LOVE TO TOUCH , ( 5 ) Ill say that she s got such A lot thats not in books , That shell be getting by Just the same as you and I . _*! _. Not liquor , A certain conversation . * 2 Not in Websters . Found only in the _Freshman Handbook . _ _• _ 3 _Commonly known as gorging . * 4 Not ia clothes line . _* _ 5 She must use palmolive . No sh...
Alumni News [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 22 October 1926
Alumni News You will be glad to hear that the Ithaca Alumni Club of 1926-27 is organized now , and ready to plan class reunions , class dues , class programs , and all that sort of thing . They held their first meeting in Elocution Hall , _Tuesday evening , October 12 , 1926. You all know Bob Booth royd _, —well Bob gave a . talk at _the meeting and introduced the new . and first Executive Secretary of the Alumnae Association , Miss Alice Stone , _24. Mrs . Hazel Pomeroy Card was elected President for the ensueing year ; Miss Marguerite Waste , Vice-President ; Miss Julia Vail , Secretary and Treasurer ; Mr . Douglas Card , _ Chairman of _ Events . It was voted that the first Monday night of every month should be the regular meeting night of the Club . After the meeting was adjourned , the members present were . guests of the faculty and students at the opening perforroence of the Little Theatre Stock Company : Six Cylinder Love by William Anthony McGuire . - . . The following membe...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 22 October 1926
We know an ammunition manufacturer , who became _the father of twin daughters , so he named them _. Nell and Shrapnel . My girl is so tall she has to _stand on a chair when _-she wants to brush her teeth . L . &amp; K . FREEMAN Millinery Exclusive An Attractive Ensemble of Mid Season Creations 315 E . State St . Ithaca , N . Y .