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ADVANTAGES PRO AND CON To I . C . M . Girls See I . C . M . First [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 28 March 1927
ADVANTAGES PRO AND CON To I . C . M . Girls See I . C . M . First Why They Leave Their Alma Mater For Ours Sales Talk The catalogues and hand books of all the colleges and schools tell of the education , culture , refinement , beauties of their campus and the general opportunities for a successfu l life to be gained by attending their respective institutions . But I shall advertise ( or expose ) a few , ( just a few ) of the less well known features for attending I . C . M . Here is the type of feature , I mean . Wellesly is famous for its beautiful lake with built in Spoon-holders all along the edge . Princeton for its roller skating . Mount Holyoke for its moonlight canal rides . Smith for its willingness to accept any new risque style . Amherst for its John Coolidge . Elmira for its Spring Festivals . And _Colgate for its one train a day . But what peculiar advantages have we to offer ? Pl _enty . _A collection of Greek letter organizations that is hard to beat . Not only that , ...
NEWMAN HALL [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 28 March 1927
NEWMAN HALL Everyone is counting the days until April first and the beginning of Spring vacation . We suspect that several at Newman are counting the hours . Ev Anthony has her vacation all planned . She is going to visit several out of town friends . We don t know what Midge Littlefield plans , but she probably wishes she could spend it here , if Steve _is here . Wild horses couldnt keep Jinny Curtis from Baltimore and Skeeter McCoy _is anxious to get back to Williamsport again—Chris . Ruth Dawson has the diet habit too , and we wonder if shell try it Spring vacation regardless of cholocate _bunnies . May we cast our number as some of the famous people—wouldn t Mary Hayes make a good Lady Macbeth ? and Pat Peters , a _Cleopptra _, she loves alligators so , and Ruth Reed an Elaine of Astolat . Wed like to see Ruths flaming tresses all spread out as she floated down—a la style Elaine . Georgiana Stillwell would make a good Joan of Arc . She could carry armor well . Dahme would make a...
SIGMA SIDELIGHTS [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 28 March 1927
SIGMA SIDELIGHTS The ligh t is rather dim this week . We ve even seen tear dimmed eyes because of anxiety for April 1 st—No , not _because it s April Fools Day either . Well , its good to get home but then again its nice to . come back so it must follow that we want to be where we aren t . Letters from Ruth Robinson tell how glad shell be to get back for she misses the girls altho she is ever so much enthused about her work . Since this is the last number before Spring Vacation you might _like to know-that Doris Wilhelm is going home with Kitten Evans . Lillian VanTassel is also going to Morristown and Ruth Flory is coming up from Ephrata . Evelyn Martin is going to skip away from teaching for the week end . It has been suggested that Mary Louise ask her father to put an addition on their home and make it a Sigma fraternity house . Kitty Miller and Margaret Jacobs and perhaps Lillian Speakman are also planning to visit at Evans . Mary Lou says everyone else who can come is welcome a...
"THOSE LITTLE THINGS " [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 28 March 1927
THOSE LITTLE THINGS Oh , it s just the little homely things , the unobtrusive , friendly things , The won t-you-let-me-help-you things that make our pathway light . And it s just the jolly joking things , the never-mind-the-trouble things The laugh-with-me-its-funny things , that make the world seem bright For all the countless famous things , the wondrous record-breaking things Those never-can-be-equaled things , that all the papers cite . Are not like little human things , the every-day encountered things , The just-because-I-like-you things , that make us happy quite . So here s to all the little things the done-and-then-forgotten things , Those , Oh ,-its-simply nothing things that make life worth the fight . —Anon .
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 28 March 1927
CORNELL BARBER SHOP Look at the Back of Your Neck Everybody Else Does Your appearance has an assessed valuation in _social life or in business , and your haircut is an important operation and should have the attention of a good barber every ten days or two weeks . IT PAYS To LOOK WELL W . B . Alien 224 E . State St .
MEN [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 28 March 1927
MEN and _ana fur world mere — began ihere have been men—and men Ever Mnce the , men _, ju _ _-t like the fact that there are fur _coatn , and fur _coats , and coat _; _,. Although men are _somewhat alike they do _vary to the extent that there are three kinds , —the s ° od , bad , and indifferent . All three types _however , act in much the same way under like _circumstances . Men adore women and they adorn themselves to attract women . In the spring a young man s-fancy may Am to brigh t ties , _light suits , and dapper Stetson s _, flirtation and even to romance but nut to real love . It takes the _hardships of a long winter to make a man think that his girl _is the one and only and that it would be better to sit across from her at breakfast every morning , for the rest of his life , than to freeze the car _sitting with her by the lakes every night . However , some men fall in love naturally , some make it their business and other poor unsuspecting ones get dragged into it by some c...
WHO'S WHO AT THE CON [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 28 March 1927
WHOS WHO AT THE CON by K . V . B . Karl Brigandi , who seems _, to be at home in any school in Ithaca , including all the affiliated ones . Elsie Harrison , whose speaking voice is the envy of the whole Williams School . Kendall Zeiiff , who is constantly being annoyed by people misprononcing his name . Martha Harrison , who typed this column . Charlotte Reese , who holds the record at present for long _distance telephone calls , not to mention flowers and specials . Buffalo calling . Ralph Rider ; who says he has not kissed every girl he ever _met because some got away !! Genevieve Herrick , who has the band school _all to herself .
MU _PHI EPSILON [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 28 March 1927
MU _PHI EPSILON Mu Phi held another enjoyable informal musicale on Monday evening March 21. First day of spring was greeted by a great bustle at the Mu Phi house . Such a moving ! For is not spring the time to _get out in the open air and get full benefit of the first signs of nice weather ? Well , thats . why we all moved out on the sleeping porch . Roll was taken Monday night and we had one hundred percent attendance . The few who were brave enough to stay out all winter welcome (??) our-com-ing ( ask Ann ) . We don t need so much sleep in the spring anyway . ( Says Betty ) . On Monday evening March 28 , Mr . and Mrs . Daland will be the guests of Mu Phi Epsilon . We are to have the pleasure of hearing Mr . Daland speak on the opera Lohengrin .
YOUR STUDENT COUN CIL NEEDS YOUR CO-OPERATION [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 28 March 1927
YOUR STUDENT COUN CIL NEEDS YOUR CO-OPERATION Our school has great need of a room for study . There are so many times when we have a period between classes and would like to use it for study . But where can we get anything like a proper atmosphere ? Since we can t have a library , theres just one thing we can do , That is to make the best of what we have—which is , unfortunatel y , the Lobby . Due to its very location and several uses this room can not be converted to an ideal study hall . However , with consideration from every student and an added bit of concentration it will be possible to make our off-hours valuable ones . Let s help the Student Council to help us . It s a strange paradox that an empty head is darndest things ! full of the Character is what you are , reputation is what the neighbors say you aint . It is said that a burned child dreads fire ; and a newly married man certainly avoids his old flames . Dr . Sharpe : Well , Kelly , in what course do you expect to gra...