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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 7 February 1927
Grand Special Mid Winter Sale $7.50 and $8.00 Mens and Womens Skating Combinations for , $5.00 $10.00 Mens and Women s Skating Combinations for $7.25 $1.00 , $1.50 , $2.00 and $2.50 Hockey Sticks , your Choice 65c Line of Fancy Sweaters , Golf Hose and Half Hose at _y-t regular price Special Crew Neck Sweaters , Black or Cardinal valued at $7.00. Sale price _$5.00 All past seasons Tennis Rackets _% regular price Used—Remington , Harris and Fox Typewriters from $12.00 to $20.00 25% discbunt on Suede Leather Jackets—Leather and Sheeplined Coats Many other barga _ins in this sale Treman , King &amp; Co Athletic Goods Dep t 2 nd floor
CALENDAR FOR WEEK OF FEBRUARY 21 [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 21 February 1927
CALENDAR FOR WEEK OF FEBRUARY 21 Mon . A . M . 8:15—Assembly 9:00—Chaperons Meeting—Williams Hall P . M . 7:00—Sigma Meeting—Sorority _House 7:30—Phi Delta Pi Meeting—Egbert Hall 7:30—Amard Meeting—Fraternity Room 7 : 30—Mil Phi Meeting—Sorority House 7:30—Phi Mu Alpha Meeting Tues . P . M . 4:00—Student Recital—Little Theatre Thurs . P . M . 4:00—Faculty Recital—Little Theatre AN ARTISTIC PRODUCTION _Critics about school are of _the opinion that the Kavanagh-Starr , Production in the Little Theatre , Friday evening , Feb . _11 , was truly a star entertainment as far as talent , rendition , and management were concerned . The Little Symphony Orchestra , under the direction of , Ann Zeigler , together with the cleverest programs of the year , and the ushers in smocks _, set the atmosp here for the varied program which followed . Dunlop s Baritone Voice seemed to outdo all _its previous _records in the three numbers he sang . Gustav Nelson at the Piano , brought down the _house _ with...
DR . WINSHIP SPEAKS [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 21 February 1927
DR . WINSHIP SPEAKS It was a big treat for those of us who heard Ur . Winship give his talk at the high school last Wednesday . He so impressed upon us _the fact that all education should teach the child and not the subject that I m sure his wish that he might say something we couldn t _forget , even if we tried , will be realized . As an illustration of how the child should grow he traced the raising of fruit through six stages namel y : the bud , the blossom , the green fruit _, the ripe fruit , the harvest and the market . Then very _cleverly he showed the importance of having the child want to learn and testing him while young to see that the bud begins with a fine sturdy growth . The blossom should be treated with care and no teacher ought to _be allowed to teach in the first grade who can be irritated by children . Note , _reader , neighborliness is the vital thing in the blossom . Next the _, green stage of the fruit during which time all growing is done . Those who go out as...
COMING EVENTS [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 21 February 1927
COMING EVENTS March 3 rd—Thursday 8:15 P . M . Song Recital by Amy EIlerman , Contralto from New York City Tickets $1.00 Benefit of Endowment Fund . March llth—Friday 8:15 P . M . Concert by Conservatory Orchestra , WaIIingford Riegger _, Conductor Tickets $ . 50
IN MEMORIAM [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 21 February 1927
IN MEMORIAM This is the last issue of the Once-A-Week under our present twelveissue contract . How do you feel about it ? Do you think it should go on as a permanent institution in the Ithaca Conservatory and Affiliated Schools ? If the Staff has rightly _interpreted the various comments and reports which have reached its ears during the past semester , it is inclined to think that the Once-a-Week has found its nook in the school activities , and that _, once _started , it should continue to be developed and enlarged upon . To this end , the Staff has been wrinkling its brow and clinching its fists in an effort to provide ways and means by which it may absorb the Keynote , —thus discontinuing the latter publication . We feel that you students want snappy , _up-to-the-second news , hot _off the press , —rather than the elaborations with variations _, which we must publish in the Keynote ! Dont you _honestly feel that one publication is superfluous ? If the plans materialize which are...
WILLIAMS HALL NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 21 February 1927
WILLIAMS HALL NEWS If you should by chance happen to walk into our hall , you would know right away that a dance is on hand . On the evening of March 4 th the big event is to be given and Oh ! _-wouldn t it be dreadful if right in the midst of the dance—Norma Covert , should conceive the brilliant idea of having House Meeting , Lambie , oh horrors ! would take a notion to sing , Gen . Elliott would commence to write for the Once-a-Week . The frosh ( oh , of course it would be true down-trodden freshies ) would insist on going to bed ; Elsie Waters and Glad Ayers would fight over who was going to make a speech on the Ott Organization Chart ; Ruthie Fuller and Dot Van Antwerp , would both get specials . Let us hope that such a dreadful catastrophe ( note the big word ) will not occur . On with the dance is now the Slogan of dear old Williams Hall . H . R .
WHO'S WHO AT THE CON [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 21 February 1927
WHOS WHO AT THE CON by K . V . B . Avis Cranmer , who just loyes to go to fires . Jimmie Hogan , whom the Once-A-Week has sort of picked out tc pick on . Dont you mind Jimmie—They don t flatter everybody like that ! _Dottle Lee and Jane Riley , who have taken off their pledge caps and now go to Phi Delt meetings as often as they please . Congratulations , Phi Delts , on having two such charming new members . Delia Hodges , whom we would like to nominate for the title of a _Sho Nough Good Sport . Roland Fernand , whom we shall soon _see as a devoted young married man . His bride ! Guess ! Louise Prescott _, who is our natural born comedian . She gets a laugh everv time .
"THE ONCE-A-WEEK " [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 21 February 1927
THE ONCE-A-WEEK Student Publication of the Ithaca Conservatory and Affiliated Schools Ithaca , New York GENEVIEVE ELLIOTT ------- _Editor-in-Chief KATHRYN BOYLES ------ _- &gt; _f- Associate _Editors EVELYN BOZEMAN -------- J EVELYN _SWANK ------- Business Manager MARIE BARTON ----- _Assistant Business Mana ger
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 21 February 1927
I . S . P . E . Junior Week is over Spring is drawing nigh Report cards we are getting—Marks are not so high . Some are 87 , some are 93 s , Many of _our teachers Are so hard to please . There is Dr . Sharpe our dean He is quite severe We heard him say one day Ickie you can t sleep _here . Miss Hugger gives us 68—We call that pretty high , If we ever got a 100 Wed certainly would die ! Mrs . Thorne has us in gym—She is very strict , After we come from her class We feel almost licked ! Mrs . Randolph drills us too Does she make us step ? You can not keep up to her Unless you have some pep ! Soon well all be leaving From our pals we part , You will see us greiving Over in Stewart Park—But all good things must sometime end This we find is true—But if we have reached Air goal . Whnr mnrp _rnnlH we do ? Marion : _Let s play _some tennis . Ralph : Can t . The net s broken . Marion : Fine ! The net s always in the way when I play . MABEL _STRONG _MiRION V \ _V GORDER The Vanity Fair Shoppe...
MU PHI EPSILON [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 21 February 1927
MU PHI EPSILON The Mu Phi valentine bridge party held for the benefit of the endowment fund on Feb . _12 was largely attended . Miss Peggy Lersch who is teaching at Grove City _, Pa ., was a guest at the Mu Phi house recently . Luella Mover , Helen Rowe , and Mildred Scott will be initiated into Mu Phi . On the _same evening Miss Jeanette Dutcher will be pledged . There seems to be quite an epidemic of fraternity pins in our midst . I don t think vaccination would do any good , however , so well have to grin and bear it ; No , I m not allowed to divulge the names of _those thus favored , but—well , you can guess . Speaking of endowment you should see the _enthusiasm in our house . Our bridge sharks have formed a club and every night after dinner they may be _seen _testing their skill . The _^ e tournaments are weekl y _affairs and the end of the week the _losers pay by contributing toward the endowment fund . Mary _Louise _Masten claims the authorship of _this one ! A bee flew on th...
PHI DELTA PI NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 21 February 1927
PHI DELTA PI NEWS Everybody is so busy now . This brand new _semester has settled each person into one round of keeping ahead . All day _classes are shot along in quick succession—making _you exclaim at time Whew ! let me get my breath ! But at night when you _get the chance to relax how wonderful it is to feel that you have accomplished something today . Phi Delta Pi is very glad to send Mabel Varner _to the Phi Delta Pi National Convention at Salt Lake City in August as one of the members to represent Theta Chapter . Gertrude Witzler , 26 , better known as Little Witz —came _Thursday to visit us for a few _days . This is her second trip back to Ithaca this year and we just hope shell keep up the good work . Just think— Pat Hanisch , Nat Shepard ( and they re roommates ) and Mabel Varner were ill last week . They all live in Egbert Hall and were out of school the same day . There must be a jinx somewhere . If such a fate again befalls _these three , we unmolested _ones will take In...
SIGMA SIDELIGHTS [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 21 February 1927
SIGMA SIDELIGHTS Cup id surely was busy delivering messages on Valentine Day . The two most beautiful (?) messages were received by Kitty Miller and Kitty Hill just at dinner time . It caused quite a disturbance in the dining room in view of the fact that these gloriously colored valentines were too huge to be brought in . Indeed this holiday was most welcome for with the many flowers to beautify and plentious candy to nibble at , those of us less fortunate found it a holiday to be thankful for . -Last Thursday Kitty Miller had her choir practice at the house and _then entertained the noble singers afterwards . / O , we must tell you ! The mystery has been solved , the mystery that / we have tried world wide to solve ; Kitten -even inquired at Gettys- / burg . Mary Louise Evans is once again able to find peace and rest for her troubled mind . Our humble and sincere thanks are due the Phi Mus for bringing their pledges here to entertain us for not only did we enjoy Sober-sides Philli...