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SLY SAYINGS [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 21 March 1927
SLY SAYINGS If it burns—pump ! Ill pay for your window , Mr . Johnson . I want my bottle , said the fearful pledgees . Racing against time ( Lawler and _Stabler in pursuit of cats ) . _Just one more Howl quoth the Sinfonian with a dime in his pocket . Well put on this Bach Program _, says Brother Lyon . S . P . Program of Beethoven recital , _Tuesday afternoon at 4 oclock , March 22 in Recital I-Iall , which will be the first of a series of concerts in Ithaca in commemoration of Beethoven s death 100 years _ago . Piano Sonata quasi una Fantasia , Op . 27 No . 2 Agnes Reabold Romance in F for Violin , Op . 50 Anthony Bek Th ree Scotch Folk Songs , Op . 108 Margaret Daum , soprano Nicholas Di Nardo , Violin Rowland Cresswell , Violincello Mary Louise Evans , Piano Serenade in D . Op . S Marjorie Seeley Anthony Bek Rowland Cresswell
SIGMA SIDELIGHTS [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 21 March 1927
SIGMA SIDELIGHTS It seems that every week the editor of these _lights has some remark from _our _wise faculty to tell you about . _This time it was Pud ( Lillian ) Speakman . Here s how ! Mary Louise Evans and Kitty Miller _decided Sunday night that spring being here , it would be perfectly fitting and proper ( they didn t say reducing ) that they should get up at 6:30 A . M . Monday and go for an early morning stroll . This day turned out to be one of those _few ( ?) rainy days in Ithaca . However at 6 : 30 as per schedule _, off went an alarm in Mary Lou s room . All the time she knew _she didn t have any clock but finally located it in her waste basket wrapped in a newspaper . It was a most unkind cut to _disturb her sleep , now , _wasn t it ? Then began the search to trace the culprit . The alarm clock _was owned by Kitty Miller and she alone knew of the plans , which _created circumstantial evidence again _ st her , but she stoutly and innocently declared she knew nothing . The...
AMONG US EGBERTITERS [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 21 March 1927
AMONG US EGBERTITERS Who says Infirmary ? Why , we have a real Sanltorium here ! Just come up any day and glance out on our fair sleep ing porch . There we are , these Spring days , inhaling all the fresh air that comes our way . Everything handy , everything convenient ; all the comforts of home ; even to a victrola , but _no place to dance . We have everything out there , everything—but Sleep ! Why , we even have to stay home from school _to get our turn out there ! And that not all : Jane says , if you concentrate and wish hard enough you d get your meals served to you there ! We weren t quite optimistic enough to do that though for we had a vague idea that we might miss out on our lunch . But still we manage to get out to house meetings , especially those that tell us no vies can be played from S to 12 A . M . and from 1 to 4 P . M . What a rule ! The air was hot and heavy just about then and it hasn t cooled off nor thinned down much . We were sort of _lonesome last week-end . ...
WILLIAMS HALL [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 21 March 1927
WILLIAMS HALL The dance given Friday _-evening , March 4 , by the girls of Williams Hall was one bi g evening of the year ; and we are all glad to say that it was _the best dance ever given at this hall . Thanks to Joe Finch and Ruthie Fuller , the house was charmingly decorated for the occasion and we give them as well as Mother Tustin a vote of th anks for making our dance a success . During the evening we observed many things and one in particular was that Gen Elliott was _continually running into the Kitchen ( Gen s excuse was that she was busy preparing the punch ) , but we all noticed that a certain young man named George was with her ; so we all smiled and let it pass . Demure little _Elsie Waters informed us that some one gave her a thrill , and _although-Jimmy Kavanagh was her partner , we know she _wasn t refering to him—oh , my no ! Ruthie Fuller _, started things going when she commenced bursting the balloons and before the dance was half over not a balloon was left . Le...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 21 March 1927
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WHO'S WHO AT THE CON [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 21 March 1927
WHOS WHO AT THE CON by K . V . B . Anne Zeigler , whose name never fails to appear at _the top of the _scholarship lists . Rodney Bartlett , who rather reminds us of the Prince of Wales . He has the _same _elus-iveness and _self-asitiertion . However , we doubt if H . R . H . could hope to compete _wnh Bartlett s Bostonian accent . Mildred Slingerlan , who would make an ideal model for The Bonnet Shoppe . Jack Downs , who is playing the useful as well as ornamehtal now with the Williams Hall waiters . Good boy , Jack ! Sally Ande . rson , upon whom pictures of the Navy have a very strange effect . Can it be that he s _in the Navy now ? George Britton , who doesn t look like _himself since he s had _his top curls cut off . Boys will be boyh !
Page 5 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 21 March 1927
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NEWMAN HALL [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 21 March 1927
NEWMAN HALL Mary Jane s famil y is again ravaging Newman Hall . In case you haven t met Mary Jane , we hasten to say that Mary Jane is a very familiar mouse who met her doom some time ago in Dot Lees mouse trap . Since then the other members of her family have been taking their spite out on the different rooms . Cecile Stevens vows shell stand on the piano the next time she sees one . Margy Tompkins piteously _shrieks for Peg Lowrey to set her trap and Mary Janes little brother insists on waking Marie Barton out of a sound sleep . When fire drill captains were chosen for Newman , Skeeter McCoy was chosen captain for third floor . Mary Louise Day cast rather dubious glances at Skeeter s _diminutive form , especially her feet . Hm quoth Mary Lou , _You cant be fire chief , your hose isn t big enough . Well , replied Helen , if it isn t _I can borrow yours . O-o-o , sock ! from Mary Louise . Poor Tan , and Hoffie , have both had turns at losing their voices . Tan has at last recovered ...
_Exchanging Good Deeds [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 21 March 1927
_Exchanging Good Deeds It is an old saying that one good deed deserves another . When you do us a good deed by visiting our store , we strive to return the favor by making your visit as pleasant and as profitable as we can . We know in doing this that you will think kindly _of us and the service rendered and you will come back when in need of the goods we sell . Honor , cooperation and service are princi ples which have governed this nation wide organization from the beginning . You have found these principles at work upon your visits to this Store .