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Page 6 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 21 March 1927
An Especially Good Place to Buy Things Musical Just a big friendly store where all your needs are anticipated . Lots of folks in the Conservatory find it helps them in their study to hear compositions played on the new Orthophonic Victrola . So just drop in anytime —no obligation . Hickey _ s Lyceum Music Store 105-11 S . CAYUGA ST .
Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 21 March 1927
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Page 8 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 21 March 1927
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DRAMATIC STUDENTS GIVE CLEVER PLAYS [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 28 March 1927
DRAMATIC STUDENTS GIVE CLEVER PLAYS Three one-act plays were presented before an appreciative audience in the Little Theatre last evening by student _; _, of the Williams School of Expression . _ For Distinguished Service is a play somewhat beyond those inexperienced in the ways of the world . It abounds in sophistication and subtlety , and therefore is not a wise choice for young students . However , Thelma Hingre played the main role with good insight and poise . Helen Rodgers had a difficult part to play , and did it with utmost sincerity of purpose . Genevieve Elliott was good as the maid . The second play , All Gummed Up , was a most unusual study in contrast values . Robert deLany proved himself the possessor of a rich sense of humor . He read his lines very cleverly , putting in original action which convulsed the audience . Ralph Rider played the part . of his assistant with good understanding , and Raymond Hall acted creditably . Louise Prescott did some fine work , and Dor...
"THE FULL HOUSE" TONIGHT [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 28 March 1927
THE FULL HOUSE TONIGHT The Full House a fa rce-comedy by Fred Jackson will be presented in The Little Theatre tonight at 8 o clock . It is a well written _comedy , full of action and humorous lines . The _cast is as _follows : Parks ---------- John Burns Susie - - ----- - - Katherme V . Boles Ottily ------- - -- Elsie Waters Daphne - --------- Anne _Little Mrs . Winnecker ------ -- Jane Woods George Howell -------- _Roland Fernand Ned Pembroke ----- -- Ra _lph Rider Nicholas King -------- Boh deLany Seargeant - - -- - - - - - Karl _Brigandl Mooney -------,- _Walter Weaver Kearney - ----- --- - Floy d Fox Mrs . Fleming -------- Adele Heyman Mrs . Pembroke -------- _Gladys Ayers The Full House should appeal to every _Conservatory _student . It is a play of a _thousand laughs .
CALENDAR FOR WEEK OF MARCH 28 [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 28 March 1927
CALENDAR FOR WEEK OF MARCH 28 Mon . A . M . 8:15 Assembly—Mrs . Gertrude Martin from Cornell—Speaker . 9 : 00 Chaperons Meeting , _Williams _, Hall . P . M . 7:30 Sorority and Fraternity Meetings . _8:15 The Full House presented by Dramatic Department . —Little Theatre . Tues . P . M . 4:00 Student s Recital . 8:15 Advanced Student s Recital . Wed . P . M . 8:15 Oratoria , The Seasons by the Chorus conducted by Mr . Lyon . Thurs . , 8:15 Senior Monologue— The Witching Hour by Miss Genevieve _Elliott . P . M 4 : 00 _Faculty Recital— The Tyranny of Tears by Mr . Williams . Fri . A . M . Last Day of school . Sat . _Spring _Vacation !!
INTERESTING ASSEMBLY [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 28 March 1927
INTERESTING ASSEMBLY Last Monday morning , March 21 st , we had a delightful time when Mr . Conways Band entertained us . Those of us who managed to be down at 8:15 were amply repaid for our trouble . If we always had such a wonderful assembly , Conservatory Hall would be packed , we think . Besides the ensemble numbers which thrilled us all , there were several instrumental solos , and trio numbers . Especially were the vocal solos by Mr . Knox Dunlop , with the band accompaniment , enjoyed . The last selection was directed by Miss Ann Zeigler . We wish she hadn t dahsed off before she acknowledged the applause—nevertheless , from all appearances , she makes a dandy conductor .
MISS SPEAKMAN'S RECITAL—MARCH 17 [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 28 March 1927
MISS SPEAKMANS RECITAL—MARCH 17 Miss Speakman will give a monologue this afternoon —could be heard all around school Thursday morning and we went eagerly in to hear her . And what a delightful hour we spent listening to her read the play—The Climax by W . J . Locke . The artistic presentation of the characters and the _realism and clearness of the scenes made it a real work of art . The play is full of variety and the audience responded very _nicely to the changing moods . These Thursday Afternoon Faculty Recitals are creating a great deal of interest . We look forward to them each week with much pleasure .
ATTENTION [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 28 March 1927
ATTENTION The Board of Trustees unanimously voted that the same regulations which have governed the vacations for the past year or so , remain in effect for the Spring Vacation , namely : No cuts to be allowed and any students who absent themselves from classes either before or following the vacation period will have to make up the work by private coaching lessons at $1.00 for each class lost . No excuses , because of illness or any other cause , will be accepted .
NOT THE AMEN CORNER [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 28 March 1927
NOT THE AMEN CORNER When it comes to the art of leading a discussion just so far , and then ending it then and there , we give the medal to President Williams in his class on Religious Problems . Quite naturall y we of the combative nature , —we argument _craving fools , we inquisitive mortals , vie would enjoy nothing more than a really hot discussion on any one of the following : 1. How did it all come about ? 2. Who or what started it , anyway ? 3. Where are we likely to end up when its over ? 4. Does the Devil wear red ? 5. Where is Hell and why and how much ? 6. Whose religion wins ? Explain . 7. Why is an atheist ? Why not ? S . _Who knows what is good ? \ 9. Why isn t it bad ? Discuss . » 10. Is a nickle enough for collection ? 11. Should we turn the other cheek ? 12. Whats the idea ? _You will have to admit they sound tempting , dont they now ? But say , you never saw the like ! Mr . Williams can manipulate those discussions with such discrimination , that he actually lets u...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 28 March 1927
STATION I . S . P . E . BROADCASTING &lt; _3 ? EK The members of Phi Epsilon Kappa are glad to hear from thei ; brothers of last years graduation class . Every graduate has been successful in his branch of work . Some are doing corrective work in hospitals , others are engaged in directing and coaching athletics while others are in the South looking after the recreation in Florida— The Nations Play-ground . These members we refer to are Mathew Barclay at Waverly , Pa , i Supervision of Boys Athletics ; Thomas Barry , Physical Director in Brooklyn ; Leo Cunningham in charge of The Nations Playground ; James Grooms , Physical Director and Coach , Old Forge , N . Y . ; Theo . dore Lewis , Physical Director and Coach , Buffalo , N . Y . ; Sidney H . I Miles , Supervisor of Boys Athletics , Wellsville , N . Y ., also during th ( past summer Sid was Superintendent of Gloversville Playgrounds . Leo Reed , corrective work in Bloomingdale Hosprtal , White Plains , N . Y , Rudolph Voe...
HOW'S THI S ? [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 28 March 1927
HOWS THI S ? Specimen of musical _criticism from the Post , organ of the Coolidgi idealism : Rubinoff s programme this week includes Yes , Sir ; That s Mi Baby in classical form , and Let s Talk About My Sweetie , _boll played as only Rubinoff can—with that _exquisite finishing touch . Art is a mighty element for civic _progress . It leads us to _seei and to appreciate that which is high , worthy , and exalling , and to despise and turn away from that which is vulgar , cheap , and degrading —Otto H . Kahn . • Easter Hats In All Their Spring-time Beauty An unlimited choice of new and exculsive creations for every _occasiot THE BONNET SHOP , INC . 144 E . STATE ST . , _ITHACA , N . Y . It s fine to know big words and not use them ! ITHACA STEAM DYING WORKS 409 W . State St . Phone 2142 Have your spring coats and suits dyed now Special ra _tes of $5.00 until April 1 st
"THE ONCE-A-WEEK " [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 28 March 1927
THE ONCE-A-WEEK Student Publication of the Ithaca Conservatory and Affiliated Schools Ithaca , New York GEMBVIEVE ELLIOTT ------- EdIt _or-ln-Chief KATHRYN BOYLES ------ 1 EVELYN BOZEMAM -.----.- _j- _^ _ _^ _Editors _EVELYN SWANK ------- _Business Man ager MARIE BARTON ----- _Assistan _t Business _Manag er Printed by the NORTON PRINTING _COMPANY , Ithaca , N . Y .
NOTICE [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 28 March 1927
NOTICE At the request of the State Education Department , the classification of students in our school in the future will be as follows : Students attending one year ---- _- Freshmen Students attending two years - - - - Sophomores Students attending three years ----- Juniors Students attending four years _----- Seniors with the priviso that advance credit shall be allowed as heretofore for work successfully completed elsewhere . Under this _ruling the three year students will , therefore , graduate from the Junior Class .
LITTLE ESSAYS ON GREAT SUBJECTS [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 28 March 1927
LITTLE ESSAYS ON GREAT SUBJECTS by DORIS JOY STARR No . 1. _ . Freedom ; Give me liberty or give me Death !—An immortal phrase , that , —immortal because so divinely dangerous . Were the whole world to rise up and say those seven words , really meaning them , and God were _to take said world at its word and mete out one or the other , about 98 per cent of the worlds population would immediately drop dead . This great majority has made freedom impossible for itself , —has in reality , forged its own chains . ( Luckily , most of the captives wear these _chains of their own forging , without much protest , —accepting them as a part of lifes necessary routine . ) It is a matter of doubt as to whether most of them _even realize their own bondage , except perhaps at rare intervals when they happen to come in contact with one of these folk who form the 2 per cent free population . At such a time the bondsman may be profoundly disturbed by the revelation of the unchained soul ; he may be sh...