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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 21 February 1927
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ANOTHER WILLIAMS SCHOOL SUCCESS ! [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 14 March 1927
ANOTHER WILLIAMS SCHOOL SUCCESS ! A charming recital , admirably _arranged , and _directed by students of the play-coaching _clans is an adequate description given by the Journal _News in writing up the regular monthly advanced students lecital of the dramatic _department . Though _this production of March S was given for the most part by upper-cla _ssmen , it may _readily be said that the several freshmen who performed did much by their ability to enhance the program . The Little Theatre , workshop of the dramatic students , was crowded beyond capacity by a most enthusiastic audience of Ithacans . ( Is it being sarcastic to note that this is always the case when our performances are free ? Eh bein !) It really would be _difficult to find many weaknesses in the whole program _, with the exception of slight technical violations here and there . The first number , a one-character , one-act play called American Beauties , was charmingly presented by Miss Beryl Jourdan . Miss Martha Har...
MUSIC LOVERS CHARMED BY ELLERMAN [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 14 March 1927
MUSIC LOVERS CHARMED BY ELLERMAN The rare joy of a deep , smooth contralto , full of _feeling , and _used by a singer who knows her art and never allows it to slip—this _was offered generously to the audience which filled the _Con-. ervato ry Little Theatre last evening to hear once more Amy Ellerman , already known to Ithaca as one of the soloists who took part in the Spring festival of the Conservatory about a year ago . Very seldom is a recital bo satisfying as was that of _last evening , for the program suited the voice , and it contained several of the finest songs of recent composition _, including an entire Russian group , as _well as a _ number of time-honored classics . Moreover , Miss Ellerman s enunciation is almost perfect , and this adds immeasurably to a program in which three or four foreign languages are represented . The concert was arranged through the efforts of Mr . Lyon , who personally paid the soloist s expensese and fee as his contribution to the Conservatory...
THE LANGUAGE OF UMBRELLAS [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 14 March 1927
THE LANGUAGE OF UMBRELLAS There is a language of umbrellas as of ( _lowers . For instance , place vour umbrella in a rack and it will often indicate that it will change owners . To open it quickly in the street means that somebody s eye is _going to be in danger . To shut it quickly signifies that a hat or two will probably _be knocked off . An umbrella covered over a woman , the man _getting nothing but the drippings of the rain , signifies courtship . When the man has the umbrella and the woman the drippings , it indicates marriage .
MRS . HADLEY READS [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 14 March 1927
MRS . HADLEY READS On Thursday afternoon , March 3 , Mrs . Hadley appeared in the sixth number of the recital series which is being given b y the faculty of the Williams School of Expression . The reading which she gave _, Look of Eagles , proved to be a very entertaining story of a _Kentucky race horse , pleasingly different from the ordinary run of such tales . Mrs . Hadley s interpretation was especially enjoyable in its naturalness and true to life characterizations . Half a dozen characters were assumed and each made to seem very real to the audience . Altogether it was a very delightful recital , and greatl y enjoyed by the rather small number of students which attended . M . W .
MISS SPEAKMAN'S RECITAL [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 14 March 1927
MISS SPEAKMANS RECITAL The Thursday Afternoon Faculty Recitals are entertaining as _well as educational . On February 17 , Miss Lillian Speakman read for _us scenes from The Merchant of Venice . She began with the casket scene and we especiall y enjoyed her interpretation of Portia and Nerissa . The appreciation of the audience was manifested by their hearty applause .
MR . WILLIAM'S RECITAL [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 14 March 1927
MR . WILLIAMS RECITAL The second Thursday Afternoon Recital given by Mr . Williams was on February 24. Mid-Summer Nights Dream , as interpreted by him , was most delightful . The audience was in gales of laughter by his clever portrayal of the eccentric characters . We never want to miss hearing you read Shakespeare , Mr . Williams .
"THE DAY OF THE ELLERMAN CONCERT " ( A Leaf From a Young Girl ' s Diary ) March 3. [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 14 March 1927
THE DAY OF THE ELLERMAN CONCERT ( A Leaf From a Young Girl s Diary ) March 3. Awake betimes , to find snow flakes fluttering against the panes , and shingles rattling over the eaves . The March Lion roaring again !—- What picturesque weather Ithaca has , thinks I from cosy depths of feather-bolster and lambswool quilts . Arise at last reluctantl y , to find bathroom already tenanted , apparently for season . Gaze at snowclad _, street from hall window ; recollect having lost galoshes last week . _Discover water taps stone cold ; _enthusiasm for March lion graduall y diminishing . Depart with fiddle under arm , for the Conservatory _of Music , the beloved Alma Mater unfeelingly referred to the local press as the DeWitt Park _Institution . ( A hideous epithet , by the way , suggestive of ether and straight jackets . Journal-News and Post-Stand-ard kindly take notice . ) On passing through above mentioned park , pause to review immediate financial status of pocketbook , and compare rel...
SIGMA SIDELIGHTS [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 14 March 1927
SIGMA SIDELIGHTS Last week Sigma celebrated the second of its Friday evening formal dinners . The plan is working successfully and charmingly . Each Friday night under the spell of decorated tables and candle light , or whatever the committee has planned , we have a jolly good time and try to pass the spirit on to our guests of the evening . It s fun to have such happy times together like we did March 3 when Miss Ellerman and Mr . and Mrs . Lyon joined us for one short evening . Everytime Miss Ellerman leaves Ithaca we begin to look forward to the next time shell come . Say , we do have some brilliant faculty members ; the other day while discussing the life of a man long since dust Ted said innocently and inquiringly , How do you know ? Did you read his biology ? to which the answer came : No , but I . read his _auto biology ! Mrs . Bates a patroness of S . A . I . entertained the Sigmas and TriDelts at her home . We gave the following program for our February Musicale . _1 Piano D...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 14 March 1927
are all the days elusive fancies and restless longings , crystallized into music , exquisitely worded and exquisitely voiced . Oh music of Amy Ellerman ! What delight you gave us , student , shop-clerk , waitress _, business man , professor , or elevator-hand , it made no difference , can you know of it ? The rainbow _veil of glamour you flung across a stormy March sky , the enchantment that came back to tired , _discouraged hearts , youthfu l or old , under the spell of pure sound , the voice to us of burning , deathless beauty , calling eternally from behind all cold and loneliness and despair , —do you , Divinity , voiced in the musician , in the artist , in the creator or interpreter of beauty , know of this , and find in it your joy , your secret power , and your perpetuation ? D . J . S .
"THE ONCE-A-WEEK " [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 14 March 1927
THE ONCE-A-WEEK Student Publication of the Ithaca Conservatory and Affiliated Schools Ithaca , New York GENBVIEVE ELLIOTT ------- EJiltir-tn-Chtef KATHRYN _BOYLES --- --- _ 1 _ _ _; _- _Associate _Editors EVELYN BOZEMAN -------- I EVELYN SWANK ------- _Business Manager _MARIE BARTON ----- Assistant _Business Manager Printed by the NORTON _PRINTING COMPANY , Ithaca , N . Y .
MARTIN HALL [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 14 March 1927
MARTIN HALL Everyone will be interested to learn that Sally Anderson has decided to stay with us . She will boon take up her _residence in Egbert Hall . Sally figures that since Ada Montgomery ( a recent but already well known alumna of M . H . ) has so rapidly , Blossomed out , through her association with the Phy Eds , that she might be able to , Blossom up . Dottie Swiegert has given up , I never knew what love could do for I never knew what work could do . Dottie has passed up more dates in the last six _weeks , than men issued for both the Cornell and the Conservatory Proms . - ( Fi guring that each man asked at least two girls ) . Just wait till you hear Dottie s beauti _ful new voice , though . Gentlemen will prefe r the voice as much as the blonde . Miss Carol yn Wixson our able chaperon has been called home for a few weeks because of the serious _illness of her mother . She writes that she will _soon be back as her mother _is rapidl y improving . The cake which Carolyn sent...
PHI DELT PARAGRAPHS [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 14 March 1927
PHI DELT PARAGRAPHS What a shame that anyone had to miss the Phi Delt Valentine Dance ! Everyone that went declares s fine dance ! The crowd _played a major part in the success—the music was a big essential too _but , now—combine the dancers and perfect syncopation with decorations of purp le and gold _illuminated by revolving lights of intoxicating hues . Could you wish for anything more ? This is just what happened . Next time don t let any plans interfere with your coming to a Phi Delt dance . And girls , all the stags were there and not a few of them , ( con-phi-den-shial ) . Of all the grand surprises who should arrive last Friday a-week but Marian Vandy , another of our last year s Seniors . Shes the same old Vandy with the great big smile . To show her heart still belongs to I . S . P . E . Vandy took part in Senior floor work last Monday . Theta is glad to announce that Dottie Rowe will accompany Mable Varner as our second representative to the Phi Delta Pi National Conventi...
HERE AND THERE IN PHI MU ALPHA [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 14 March 1927
HERE AND THERE IN PHI MU ALPHA Regular meeting every Monday night . Phi Mu Alpha will have _iis second initiation of the school year March _16 th to 20 th . At this time _thirteen candidates will partake of the the mysteries of Phi Mu Alpha . Word has floated back from the hills of Keuka that several hearts were found by the janitor following a clean up of the concert stage . The dean of the college writes that any Sinfonians thus lost , retrieve themselves at their earliest convenience . The brothers may receive a date card _minus the usual senior chaperone by applying to the chapter historian before March 15 th . Brothers Chartier , Philli ps , and McHenry motored home the ni ght of March 3 rd . Phillips visited Chartier ( Incidently his sister ) at Hudson Falls while McHenry _went onto _Granville . Little is known _of the -VIcHenry visit but as he wore his best shirt and tie we draw the conclusion that there must be a _uig concerned . Brothers Porter , Swift and _Phillips accompa...
WILLIAMS HALL FLOWER GARDEN [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 14 March 1927
WILLIAMS HALL FLOWER GARDEN Gin Kuschke Glad Ayers Ruthic Fuller Lambie Gen Elliott Twin Ward Marty Minus Charlotte Reese GaGa Rogers Babe Waters Gen Herrick Stormy Dutchman s _Breeches Bachelor s Button Clinging-Vine Bridal-Wreath Forget-me-not Sweet William Fox-Glove Jack-in-the-PuIpit Violet Shamrock Milk-weed Jazz-mine M . W . E . _W .
EGBERT HALL [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 14 March 1927
EGBERT HALL Egbert Hall has been having some mighty important house meetinpii lately and has decided , after much voting and revoting , to entertain at _-a dinner dance shortly before Spring vacation . The committee for arrangements is composed of Everetta Fisher , Ada Montgomery , and Jane Riley . Egbert has also decided to charge a fine of five cents for every bed that is unmade _• at 10 A . M . _This fund should contribute a great deal toward the dance . Furthermore , Nat Shepherd has been elected fire chief . A light has been put on the fire escape and if any of the neighbors are awakened soon by a mad scurry of girls pouring out nf Egbert they _will know that it is just a fire drill . Sally Anderson , who has been down at Martin Institute this _winter moved up to Egbert last week and is rooming with Ada Montgomery . Sally may be the littlest girl in school but she s right there when it comes to enthusiasm . Eva Strong was the guest of Julie Sutton for the Week-end . Egbert Hall...
NEWMAN HALL [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 14 March 1927
NEWMAN HALL Be _good and youll be happy seems to be the rule followed by the Newman Girls . We ve been both lately . Mary Hayes is dieting again and gained four pounds and is ready for suggestions . Jane Woods is exercising . What for Jane ? There are several young ladies whose thoughts seem to wander far afield . For instance , Virginia _Curtis , _Ev Bozeman , Madeline Hoff , Adele Heyman , Ethel Reidy , Marie Ripley , and Helen McCoy . We were very sorry to hear of the illness of Skeeter McCoys mother . Mrs . McCoy underwent an operation last week . As yet her condition is uncertain . Ask Marie Ripley if _it s a man or woman and ask Marle Barton Whos Wanted . Then if you survive that you belong to Newman . Newman has a fondness for music with meals lately . Every evening Griffis hall girls and Newman girls harmonize on _popular songs past and present . It s becoming quite a fad . K F Teacher : Take this sentence : Take the cow out of this lot . What mood ? Pupil : The cow . —Denve...