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Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 14 March 1927
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RIEGGER LEADS ORCHESTRA IN [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 21 March 1927
RIEGGER LEADS ORCHESTRA IN NEW TRIUMPH The following is an excerp from the Ithaca Journal News concerning the Concert by the Conservatory Orchestra under the direction of Mr . Riegger : Wallingford Riegge r _conducted his _Conservatory Orchestra to another artistic success in the Little Theatre last night . _Ilis audience , while it did not fill every seat , was composed in its entirety of _lovers of fine music and they were not slow to show their _appreciation of ihe feat which the director has accomplished with the _excellent _mater ial at his command . There are many in _Wallingforcl Riegger s _orchestra who _give promise of greater things in their field . The pinnacles of the evening _were the violin solo work of Frank Gallaher , _the artistic singing of Mrs . Theodora Leisner Faust , and the performance of Dr . _Riegger _s own _composition , An American Polonaise . Mr . Gallagher , a new student at the Conservatory hoisted _himself to high esteem with the playing of the first m...
IRISH CELEBRATE IN HONOR OF ST . PA7 [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 21 March 1927
IRISH CELEBRATE IN HONOR OF ST . PA7 True to their colors , the Freshman could not bear to let March 17 slip by without using some of their _From profits for a St . Patricks informal . Supported by the frosh the Irish contingent were certainly in their glory for one evening . The Rainbow Men were there with their sashes and everything including the music was true to the joyous spirit of the occasion . The Juniors had better look to their prestige because the green little frosh are one hundred per cent strong when it comes to pulling off a dance . Speaking of the Irish—the Phy Eds were well represented Thursday night . Shure _, and we sons of old Ireland always remember to do honor to our patron saint !
CALENDAR FOR WEEK OF MARCH 20 [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 21 March 1927
CALENDAR FOR WEEK OF MARCH 20 Mon . A . M . 8:15—Assembly—Conway Band _9:00—Chaperons Meeting , _Williams Hail P . M . 7:00—Sigma Meeting , Sorority _House 7:30—Phi Delta Pi Meeting , Egbert Hall 7:30—Mu Phi Meeting , Sorority Hoiihc 7:30—Phi Mu Al pha Meeting 8:15—Series of One Act _Plays—Dramatic Department Tues . P . M . 4:00—Student Recital Thurs . P . M . 4:00—Faculty Recital—Little Theatre .
PLAYS TO-NIGH'I [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 21 March 1927
PLAYS TO-NIGHI The _following program , of once-act plays will be _presented by _the play-coaching _class of _the Williams ychoul in _the _Little _Theatre this evening at 8:15: _1. For _Distinguished _Service , _coached by Delia _Dodges . _The cast included _Helen Rodgers , and Thelma Hingre . 2. All Gummed Up , coache d by Viola _Potter , and played by Bob de Lany , Shcrman Rider , Raymond _Hall , Louise Prescott , and Doris Hunt . 3. Fingerbowls and Araminta , coached by Evelyn Swank . The cast included Doroth y Lamb , _Evelyn Swank , _Elsie Waters , Delia Hodges , Julie Sutton .
JUNIOR HOP A BIG SUCCESS [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 21 March 1927
JUNIOR HOP A BIG SUCCESS The Junior scored another success with _their Hop on Saturday March 12. Wes Thomas orchestra furnished some of _the best music we have had this year . Specialties included songs by Mr . Lee Mcrriman and dancing by Mr . William Sproul . Both were unusuall y good and added a novel touch to the program . We hope the Juniors will continue these dances . They are certainl y well attended , both by Con and Cornell students , and- give us something to _look forward to . Week-ends seem rather forlorn without a dance at the gym and the Juniors know how to put things over .
MR . TALLCOTT'S RECITAL [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 21 March 1927
MR . TALLCOTTS RECITAL Everyone had a wonderful time last Thursday afternoon when Dean Tallcott read for us Peg-0-My-Heart . It is a delightful play anyway , and with his interpretation , it was irresistable . There was a laugh in every line and yet the main strength of the play lay in a strong emotional appeal . With his usual skill , Mr . Tallcott made all the characters especially Peg and Alric very vivid and human . These weekly recitals are rapidly growing in popularity and on _this particular afternoon . The unusually large and sympathetic audience must have been _an inspiration to the entertainer .
"POPULAR CLASSES " [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 21 March 1927
POPULAR CLASSES Classes around this school are interesting things—have you ever slopped to _realize it ? Now there s Mrs . Tallcott s Psychology class , for instance . It is the general concensus of opinion that Mrs . T . will soon be forced to start a thinning out process if her classes grow any more popular . But hang it all , we cant figure out whether it is her unfailing line of funny stories , —or her pleasing personality , or what it is that seems to keep her classes at attention . Whatever it is , she _s got it ! The other morning she told _us _, about the four classes of people inhabiting The British Isles : The Scotchmen , who invented Daylight Saving and are still saving it . The Irishmen , who dont know what they want , but theyd die fighting for it . The Welshmen , who pray on their knees and on their neighbors . And the Englishmen _, who are self-made men and worship their creator . She followed up this one with six er eight more of interesting value as laugh-getters , ...
MU PHI EPSILON [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 21 March 1927
MU PHI EPSILON Mu Phi Epsilon sorority gave an informal musical on _Monday evening February 28 th . The program was as follows : Piano Nocturne _; --- ------ Grieg Helen Rowe Voice The Linden Tree - - - - - - . - - _Schubert Mildred Scott Piano The Butterfly Violin Moses Piano The Russian Folk Hilda Kocher On Monday evening March 14 th Miss Agnes Reabold will be pledged to Mu Phi Epsilon . Miss Ruth Scott whom many of you remember as Scottie _showed her alumni spirit by holding a benefit bridge party at her _home in Springfield , Mo ., and sending the proceeds to Mu Phi for the endowment fund . -------- _Grie i J _Luella Moyer Paganini Anne Ziegler Song ------- _Scliutt
THE AMARDS [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 21 March 1927
THE AMARDS As the Spring rolls around , contrary to all expectations , the attack of Spring , idleness , usually ehjoyed by students of the Con , is not prevalant in our midst . Probably one reason for this final burst of effort on the part of our members is the fact that before our much coveted B . 0. E . Degrees are granted , each senior must give a monologue recital or in other words , a public presentation of some three or four act play . We are eagerly looking forward to hearing The Witching Hour read by one of our talented members , Miss Genevieve Elliott . This i _;&gt; to be given Thursday 31 st . Some of the other plays to be presented in the near future are The Enemy , _given by James Kavanagh ; The Melting Pot , by Martha Harrison ; Shavings , by Delia Hodges ; Pygmalion , by Evelyn Bozeman ; The Devil s Deciple , by Elwyn Swartout ; The Mollusk , by Madeline Hoff ; The Rosary , by Charlotte Reese ; and CraiK _ _ Wife , by Evelyn Swank . If the Amardh do get lazy ...
POPULAR SONGS PER SONIFIED [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 21 March 1927
POPULAR SONGS PER SONIFIED Virginia Kuschke Martha Minus Katherine Olson Thelma Hingre Katherine Boyles Raymond Hall Lois Conant Roland Fernand Bob de Lany Floyd Fox Helen Rogers Gladys Ayers Marshall Whitehead Walt Weaver Elsie Waters Doris Hunt Ralph Rider Agnes Legg Put Your Arms Where They Belong She Knows Her Onion _ _. Ukelele Lady Just A Birds-eye View Oh , Kay The Last Word Thats A Good Girl _[ Ill See You in My Dreams I Can t Get Over A Girl Like _You Lay My Head Beneath A Rose I Wonder Whos Kissing _You Now ? Red Hot Henry Brown Youd Be Surprised Baby Face Thinking Of _You Drifting And Dreaming Deed Ah Doo xyz
"THE ONCE-A-WEEK " [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 21 March 1927
THE ONCE-A-WEEK Student Publication of the Ithaca Conservatory and Affiliated _Schools Ithaca , New York GENBVIEVE ELLIOTT ------- _EdUar-in-Chie f KATHRYN BOYLES ------ 1 EVELYN BOZEMAH -------- J _Assoc _iate _Edzto rs EVELYN SWANK -.----- Business Manager MARIE BARTON ----- _Assistant Business Manager Printed by the NORTON PRINTING _COMPANY , Ithaca , N . _Y .
AS USUAL [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 21 March 1927
AS USUAL As usual , my monthly allowance had run short . Home went a telegram for money , as usual . Back came a check for half the amount I asked for , as usual . _But I fooled them , for I had asked for twice the amount I needed , as usual .
BLUE NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 21 March 1927
BLUE NOTES ( A Weekly Colyum by D . J . S . ) Ode to Spring . Ah , Spring , elusive Spring , As shy as maiden mortal , Come , quit thy tarrying Neath Winter s frozen portal ! Come , thou are fair and warmer , ( And no doubt thou are fickle , — But _what- of that , sweet Charmer If thy breath melts the icicle ?) Come , yield thy flowery kisses , — They tremble on thy smile ; Ah Spring , —the shyest miss is But a coquette all the while ! Gems From the Philosophers . No . 6 Fire is as chaste as snow , and infinitely more comforting . —Major . ( A fan contributes this one , rather reminiscent of Lost Time ) Star ( wearily ) : Yes , the arduous rehearsals left me all run down . Stage-door Johnnie : Well , I notice you wound up in the heros arms . ( Heres another . Whom does this one remind you of ?) At the Recital Usher ( gently shaking a gentleman who is blissfully unconscious of the reading ) : Excuse me , Mister , but youll have to stop snoring . Gentleman ( starting up ) : Oh , I m s...
SINFONIAN NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 21 March 1927
SINFONIAN NOTES Brother A . E . Brown attended a musical convention at Worcester the past week . Mr . Dunham _, director of the Aeolian Musical Co ., and Mr . Stoessel head of music at New York University were taken into Delta chapter as National Honorary Members . Brother Brown was present at the initiation . Saturday and Sunday nights proved to be all that hearts could desire . This was _expressed by the twelve new members taken into Sinfonia : C . Grey P . Lester L . _Stabler C . Stewart K . Schlobach G . Mahon J . Cannon L . Lawler L . Brown P . Anderson H . Chapman E . Frantz Gustav Nelson , who was unable to attend the initiations is a pledgee and will be taken in at our next initiation . The Orange Peelers , Syracuse University orchestra will _furnish music for our Annual Formal Dance , March 25. Clyde Chase Alumni member of Delta plays piano for the Orange Peelers . Stanley Porter _, Craig McHenry , and John Weinsheimer are the committee in charge of the dance . Brother Lich...