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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 28 March 1927
Ethel : I wonder if Jack loves me ? Madge : Of course he _does , dear . Why should he make exception ?—Boston Transcript . nn you ( _Continued from page 3 ) No other college goes into such varied fields of learning . We re , indeed , a general store . If we haven t just what you want well order it C . 0. D . Of course , well admit that some indications of serious study such as Phi Beta Kappa and Ph D s are rather scarce among the students , _ but _then , Aristotle , Gilda Grey , Beethoven , Cicero and Eddie Cantor never gained these , either . The beauties of _the-spring evenings , the April _Shower- _, , and the cozy nooks in CascadiIIa Park , are always over looked in the catalogues . But then , the more they re overlooked the better , no doubt . I too pass on with but a momentary longing glance at the secluded spots . No other college holds so many recitals , meetings , _concerts and social affairs ( ah , yes ! social affairs ) to which specia _l _permisisioin is given to every g...
Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 28 March 1927
The Newest Models in DOBBS HATS A fascinating new Spring shipment has just arrived . . . . new models such as only DOBBS can create , embod ying that undeniable difference that deli ghts the fair seeker of true style . DOBBS Hats are - . Every smart new sold exclusively shade and shape ! _$15.00 here . All head sizes . JHE STYLE SHOP A . J . Pritchard 208-210 East State Street Ladies _ Sport Model Coats We are _showing the new designs in _Craighle _) and Wiltshin Knit Coats , beautiful _in _quality and up-to-date in style . Priced right Ne \ v Spring Chokers in Hudson Bay , Sable , Baum Martin , Stone Martin , Fitch , Squirrel and Fox . T . D . SULLIVAN
Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 28 March 1927
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"BATTLE HYMN OF THE ENDOWMENT " [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 11 April 1927
BATTLE HYMN OF THE ENDOWMENT Oh , our _eyes have caught the vision that our founders eyes have seen , We have entered on a mission that in future days will mean Marble halls and lofty towers on a campus wide and green _, With I . C . M . forever marching on ! Chorus A million dollars for Endowment ! A million dollars for Endowment ! A million dollars for Endowment ! Keep I . C . M . forever _marching on ! Come you followers of beauty , high endeavor brightly gleams;—Golden the voice of duty , precious is the stuff of dreams , — Worthy are the lists we enter , strong the captains of our teams , Keep I . C . M . forever marching on ! Chorus So with loyal hearts united and a swift-winged spur at heel , Armor-clad and unaffrighted let ua prove our mighty zeal , When our army is victorious and our glorious dream is real , Keep L C . M . forever marching on ! _Chorus Member how we sang this tune the morning the Endowment Thermometer registered $22 , 000 in the shade ? An every time Mr . B...
WILLIAMS HALL [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 11 April 1927
WILLIAMS HALL We wanted _, free life And _. we wanted fresh air . So _vie _got—vaca _tion ! And a fine time we had ! Because for once in the history of Williams Hall there was ho quiet hour and for one whole week the rafters squeaked with joy and even the mice were allowed to snore . Many of the girls couldnt bare to leave their beloved Alma Mater so it isn t strange that during vacation , that— Midge Littlefiel d forgot and dated with Steve Steger . Ruth Palmer never once bragged about the Phy Eds . Frieda Bonstein and Mary Hayes never worried about their phone calls . Gladys Barr thought of Herbie only once . Dot Gish s voice never trembled when she spoke of Miss Huggers dancing class . Martie Minus continually _pj ayed Thinking of You to remind her of darling Jack . Sally _Andersen was reducing but decided to eat A Fruit-Cake . Agnes Dahme , of course we all knew she would _do it , locked herself in her room and dramatically quoted Shakespeare . Julie Sutton sewed quite a lot and...
CALENDAR FOR WEEK OF APRIL llth [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 11 April 1927
CALENDAR FOR WEEK OF APRIL llth Mon . A . M . 8:15—Assembly 9:00—Chaperone s Meeting—Williams Hall P . M . 7:30—Fraternity and sorority meetings . Tues . P . M . +: 00—Student s Recital—Little Theatre Wed . P . M . _8:15—Senior Monologue Recital by Martha Harrison P . M . 4:00—Faculty Recital—Little Theatre Thurs . P . M . 8:15—Senior Monologue Recital by Evelyn Swank Fri . P . M . 8:15—Senior Monologue Recital by Evelyn Bozeman Sat . P . M . Junior Class Dance in Gymnasium Sun . P . M . 3 : 30—Band Concert in Little Theatre
MISS ELSIE HARRISON GIVES SENIOR MONOLOGUE [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 11 April 1927
MISS ELSIE HARRISON GIVES SENIOR MONOLOGUE Miss Elsie Harrison , an old grad who returned to the Williams School this year for her degree in Oral English , presented with artistic skill her senior monologue on Friday March IS , in the Little Theatre . Miss Harrison read Edith Ellis _delightful story Mary Jane s Pa with a technique that would rival any professional reader on the platform today . A full . _house responded quickly to her sympathy and warmth and her clear-cut delineation of character . This was the first of the annual senior monologues . All the monologues under preparation are from the best literature and every student at I . C . M . should avail themselves of the privilege of hearing them .
MISS GENEVIEVE ELLIOTT GIVES MONOLOGUE RECITAL [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 11 April 1927
MISS GENEVIEVE ELLIOTT GIVES MONOLOGUE RECITAL The second monologue recital of this _season was given in the Little Theatre on Thursday evening , March 31 st ., by Miss Genevieve EIliott . The play was The Witching Hour by Augustus Thomas . Miss Elliott s presentation was decidedly worth-while and much credit is due this young reader . The situations in this tense drama are very difficult to interpret and Miss EIliott handled them with the ease and poise of an experienced artist . The time values which were _frequently used , added greatly to the mysteriousness of the plot . The several characters in the drama were always vivid to the audience and the performance was very artistic .
PHI DELT FEATURE S [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 11 April 1927
PHI DELT FEATURE S Just about two Saturdays ago when Spring was so much in our bones—several Phi _Belts felt as though they must have a nice long walk to take in all the splendors that only Ithaca has , when adorned by this season . They roamed all over fpr miles fully _appreciating the scenery . The signs of Spring were too numerous to mention—but they couldn t resist telling about seeing-baseball and lacrosse practice , an exciting tennis match and tramping through mud— the thaw that , is the heralder of Spring . All Ithaca is a place of _enchantment now—where the song of the robin announces each bright day . How fortunate we are to be living here . • Talk about a good time—well , we had it Sunday before last . Betty Milligan invited us to her house to a Phi Delt T . We went—but what an effort it was to leave . She entertained us so nicely and everything seemed so like home—that Oh ! but sometimes you just can t express how you _feel about some things ! We are all sorry that Mabel...
"THE ONCE-A-WEEK " [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 11 April 1927
THE ONCE-A-WEEK Student Publication of the Ithaca Conservatory and Affiliated _Schools Ithaca , New York GENEVIEVE _ELLI OTT ------- Edttor-w-Chief KATHRYN BOYLES ----- - 1 , . ,. _EVELYK BOZEMAN -------- ; Assoclat _e _Ei _ttors EVELYN _SWANK ------- Business Manager MARIE BA&amp;TON ----- _Assistant Business Manager Printed by the _NORTON PRINTING COMPANY , Ithaca , N . Y . Dear Readers : Claverack , N . Y . April 4 , 1927 An editorial this . week is quite out of the question ! Even editors must take a vacation , you know , for their life is a continuous round of galley proof and copy ! ( Romantic , isn t it !) It is generally conseded by the roaming populace that an editor has a glorious Blackand White Collar-Job , with a swivel chair , a mahogany office and plenty of assistants . But have you ever considered the long gruesome hours he spends in mortal combat with a lead pencil , grinding out a word or so to the tune of ruffled hair , chewed pencil , and much persp iratio...
SIGMA SIDELIGHTS [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 11 April 1927
SIGMA SIDELIGHTS Home Dear Editor : . It is rather cruel that duties follow us home but we must be dependable and the Once-A-Week must come out and of course Sigma wants always to do her share to interest its readers . Yes , its vacation now and even though it won t be when this is off the press , lets keep the spirit of it for a while . You would have enjoyed seeing George , Snyder alight from the train in all his pomp and glory at Wilkes-Barre . Mother Hubbard had nothing on him considering the number of Sigmas around him . And Howard Nettleton ! May I suggest that every one take an especially good look to see if his face has more than its share of Pennsylvania coal dust . Indeed he threatened bringing a jar of it back . ( We wonder whom the grudge is against . ) The girls at the house were probably surprised to see Rusty Llewellyn during vacation as much as he was to find it was vacation . He is coming back for the summer term . By the way , you know the girls all got a drawing r...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 11 April 1927
UNJUST PUNISHMENT Now , my son , tell me why I punished you . Boy ( indignantly ) : Oh , gee ! First you pounded the daylights oun me , and now you don t know what you did it for . F . J . HAUSNER Watchmaker , Jeweler and Engraver 205 East State Street Conservatory Seals Percy : Whats the smell in the library ? Claud : It s the dead silence they keep there .
ITHACA OIL CO ., Inc [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 11 April 1927
ITHACA OIL CO ., Inc QUALITY _SERVICE E . H . WANZER . Inc . THE GROCERS State and Aurora If one goodnight kiss contains 40 , 000 germs , how many germs are there in the entire output of good-night kisses of a real enthusiastic couple for one evening . Excerpts from the Diary of a certain young man who unfortunatel y thought that he had so much work to do here that he couldn t possibly go hone for the vacation period . Saturday April 2 , 1927. Up early this morning to see friend s off for home . Nearly everyone has gone now , except Pat and I . Ithaca seems like the Lost City . Here and there a Cop appears, to see that we do not cross the street on the red light . I have decided to get those Chapters in Principles of Ed . outlined this afternoon . Nearly time for Lunch so I guess I won t be able to start now . P . M . Had a good Lunch but it s getting pretty lonesome , I wish I had a letter . Pat and I discussed the suitation in China but we decided we wouldn t do any thing about it...
EVERYTHING FOR THE OFFICE J . E . Van Natta [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 11 April 1927
EVERYTHING FOR THE OFFICE J . E . Van Natta 222 East State Street Phone 2915 Opposite Ithaca Hotel Buzz ! Buzz ! When the lady bees get together , And conversation is all of a hum , Watch out when they're through with the weather , For somebody s gonna get stung . The Biggest Little Restaurant in The Biggest Little City All Home Cooking W . J . FULKERSON , Prop . COR . GREEN AND CAYUGA STS .
SPRING SONG [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 11 April 1927
SPRING SONG ( A _Sonnet ) Oh , sweet , mysterious melody of Spring , That in _soft languor doth one hour enchant me , And in the next , with restless beating wing , Flying against my answering heart , hath whispered Soft as the flutter of feathers—of rest in the storm , Fairy fire in the rain , and silence in the thunder , Magic voices in silent places , and the warm And windy meadows a sea of flowers to plunder , Oh strange and rapturous melody of Life , — I cannot capture thee , nor yet let thee go—Thou art an endless chord one voice cannot sing—Thou art a mystery man cannot know—- ( Yet in Spring-dawn my listening heart doth hear The song of eternal Springs—And mystery vanishes in the singing flight Of a bird with shining wings . ) D . J . S .
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 11 April 1927
Guest at Party : Why , in heaven s name does that fellow shut his eyes when he is singing ? Mr . Knowall : He s so kind-hearted he can t bear to see others suffer . - ABE MAHOOL 216 E . Seneca Street . Next to Flower Shop _BARBER LADIES HAIRCUTTING AND SHAMPOOING A SPECIALTY