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Help Wanted [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 22 October 1926
Help Wanted Stormy found a little mouse Sitting on her bed Stormy sure was frightened stiff And awful things were said . Next day she got a pussy cat To catch the tiny mouse But Mother Tustin would t keep That kitten _in the house . If anyone should know a way To make those mou&amp;ies sick Just go at once to Helen Storms And tell her of it . Quick !!
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 22 October 1926
Lew Cody says he beats his girl up every morning . Yeh He gets up at eight and she gets up at nine ! Literature Klass Dear ma-ma schul . is _gettin harder und harder . One guy made a ra ter-r-n&amp;le mistake in thu literatur Klass this mornin . You no thuts where we are seeun what literatur can do fur me . it put sum of them tu sleep so the teecher , thats missis tall-cut , she asked one of them suden like will you tel me how much you have gotten out of klass so fur . thu sleepin pupil _kinda dazed awoke and recited if you want tu kno reel bad i will tel you thiit i have gotten out uf this klass onley six times so fur und he _ closed his optics und slept . tuday we decided tu send forget-you-nots to _. _his funeral . rudolph . One of us is crazy . I don t care as long as you don t get violent . Frosh : What are your favorite amusements ? Jack Downs : Dancing and wrestling . Frosh : There s quite a difference between dancing and _wrestling . Jack ; _Indeed there is _.- In wr...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 22 October 1926
BONWIT TELLER _. _G _, CO Ww _Ofi ecca _&amp; y d _% _cy&amp; _^ _OnotftaCond FIFTH AVENUE AT _38 _^ _STREET _. _NEW _YORK WILL EXHIBIT Colleg e Clothes and _Accessories FOR WOMEN AND MISSES Thursday , Oct . 28 th . Friday ,, Oct . 29 th . Saturday , Oct . 30 th at 409 _College Ave ., Ithaca , N . Y Yes—W e Have Had A splendid business from the I . S . P . E . both fellows and girls , but / have seen hardly _ any of the Con , _, outfit , wonder why ? We have heaps of things you need and _will enjoy . _Lamblined Coats , Fur Coats , Wild Pony , African Coon , Australian Lamb , and Raccoon as low as $15.00 as high as $450.00. Leather , Cloth and Fur Windbreakers priced $5.00 and up . Wool and Golf hose—Suit cases , Handbags ,- Hat Boxes and Trunks , Sport Shoes , Typewriters , Radios , and every Kind and type of _equipment for Athletic use . Anyway pay us a kind of a _-social and inspection call . Treman , King &amp; Co Athletic Outfitters to over 550 Colleges ,...
Weddin g Bells [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 29 October 1926
Weddin g Bells Folks around school are striving manfull y to regain consciousness , self control and a certain amount of . poise and posture after the earth-quake-volcano-and-dynamite-explosion-effect of Rose Graham s _marriage Monday _evening—October 25 , 1926 to Mr . Wesley Pietz of Longbranch , New Jersey . • , ~ _Really;— _-such a sudden and wholly _uncalled-fo r shock to ou . _r- nerves and Diarys is in no sense to _-be laughed at !! It s . _serious ! Think of it ! Our Rose mar rie d ; at the home of Miss Van Vost , ( whom we always considered our friend ) and none of us informed of , invited to , or incorporated _-in the ceremony ! • . Oh , we must make an exception or two , for of course , Tan _Moesta was Maid of Honor , and Maud Shone was present . The Bride and Groom left immediatel y for a . brief stay at Valois Castle , before going to Longbranch , where _, they will make their home this winter . It might be interesting to note that _Rose and Wesley met -at an Episcopal C...
Calender—Week Nov . 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 29 October 1926
Calender—Week Nov . 1 Mon . —Nov . 1. A . M . 9:00—Chaperons Meeting—Williams Hall ( _-Williams p . M . _6:45—House _Meetings-i [_ Newman . 7:00—Ithaca Alumni Club—Elocution Hall . 7:00—Sigma Meeting—Sorority House . 8:15— A pair of Sixes —Little Theatre . Tues . —Nov . . 2. p . M . 7:30—Amard Meeting . 7:30—Phi Mu Alpha Meeting . 8:15— My Son —Little Theatre . Wed—Nov . 3. p . M . 2:30—Matinee Performance of My Son . 7:30—Open Night at Gym . Executive Committee of W .. S . G . A . — Egbert -Hall . • 8:15— My . Son —Little Theatre . Thurs . —Nov . 4. P . M . 8:15— My Son —Little Theatre . Fri . —Nov . 5. P . M . 8:15— My Son —Little _Theatre . • Sat . —Nov . 6. P . M . 2:30—Matinee Performance of My Son . 8:15— My Son —Little Theatre . Sun . —Nov . 7. Mon . —Nov . 8. P . M . 8:15—Faculty Recital—by Leon Sampaix— Lit tie Theatre .
Dr . Reigger Opens Novel But Interesting Class [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 29 October 1926
Dr . Reigger Opens Novel But Interesting Class Dr . Ott with his ideas of platform techni que has found himself decidedly in the back-ground since Dr . Reigger opened his class on Dramatic Entrances . This initial performance was given in sight singing class last week _when- Mr . Vigilante demonstrated to the satisfaction of all present , the most effective way to make a _dramatic entrance , Dr . Reigger accompanied him from Leidnschatz . This class is now quite large so if any others would like . to join they must make it snappy for there is room for onl y a very limited number . Too bad Dr . Reigger didn t _use the Theatre for the class—i t would have been more effective . What sort of a chap is he ? Well , after a beggar has touched him for a , dime hell tell you he gave a little dinner to an old acquaintance of his . - A dog is the only animal that didn t have to go with Noah into the ark . 7 Why didnt he ? Because he had a bark of his own .
Personal [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 29 October 1926
Personal Thelma Beale was the guest fof Julie Sutton last week-end . Miss Beale is from _Asheville , _North ! _Carolina _, and was a student in the Dramatic Department for several months last _^ year . Mable Varner spent last week-end in Wilkes-Barre , Pa . as the guest of her sister , Mrs . J . M . Horner . Norma Covert and Pat Hanisch accompanied Benita Dodd to her home in Jamestown , N . I Y . | last week-end . They made the trip by automobile _, i Judith Banyar _is spending _several days with her sister in Penn Yan . Elsie Pettys _recently returned from a short visit to Elmira . . There was a young fellow named Hall , Who _fell in the spring in the fall ,- Twould have been a sad thing If hed died in the spring , But he didn t—he died in the fall . Senior : What is it that has eight legs and can sing ? _. Frosh : I dont know . What ? _. Senior : Silly ! A quartette :
Blue Notes [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 29 October 1926
Blue Notes A _. Weekly Colyum by D . J . F . We were goin to begin our Colyum this week with some ; sort of optimistic observation Concerning the weather . . Something such as this , perhaps : — 0 glorious Indian Summer , we welcome thee at-last _, — Our first exams are over , and all of us have passed ! But recollecting that it is our business and duty to make our _Colyum as blue as possible , we revised . our p _ oeticcreation thuslv : — _- . The ; gutters all are full of leaves , —it must be Indian Summer ;—- Yet still were pretty dum , we find , —and some of us are _dunmier ! Ye Colyumist has been _receiving much fan mail of late , the following two _letteij s of which are _representative specimens : — 1. . Dear Colyumist , No _one appreciates your words of wisdom more than I . But I want to ask your most sage advice on a burning question . You • • seem well-versed on the art of love , so will you please tell me thru your column , what I can _; do to precipitate a proposal which...
Who ' s Who At the Con [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 29 October 1926
Who s Who At the Con • - By K . V . B . . Lew Cody and Dorothy Gish , who ar _^ not movie stars at all but just two of our Phy Eds . • • f Marjorie Tompkins , who prefers men with moustaches . Jimmie Kavanagh , who tends the piano at Recital . Kathryn Ol&amp;on , our switchboard operato r , who hails from the land of njuns and . Broncho Busters . • . ; Pat Hanisch , who _. strikes terror to the hearts of the timid Con gymnasts . • • , . Julie Suttpn , who likes to handle all the money and • act in all the plays . • • • • Nick di Nardo , our fidlin favorite , whose _stage personality is the envy of the whole school . Joe , Tat , _who would be . _ our choice for an ideal cayeman . Miss Lillian Speakman , who looks _, and is—a _lovely- lady . _DorisJoy . Starr _, ~ _-who is the Cons own poet laureate . George . Snyder , who refuses to waste any energy while making a piano talk . Fay Swift , our cameraman _, who prefers Ithaca to Hollywood . • There is a young fellow named Dunni...
Phi Epsilon Kappa [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 29 October 1926
Phi Epsilon Kappa For the past two weeks , the Phi Ensilon Kappa _Frat - _rp . _iry ol the I . _Si P . E . _has been holding special meetings . 1 he outcuinf of _these meetings was not made public until lasi Monday _morning at _Me I . S . P . E . _assembly . An announcement was made to the effect that last Monday was Tap Day . Nine boys of the upper _classes were tapped . This means that in the near future _these tapped-members or pledges as we shall call them will be taken into the fraternity through the • usual ritualistic ceremony . The _pledges are : • l .,. _ Ronald H . Bartlette [~ 2 ~ Vrank Bell ! 3. Harry Cody • ; 4. Robert C . Johnson 5. Albert _F . Sherman 6. Winston Tuthill • 7. Ivan Wahl • • • , S . f Joseph G . Wild \ 9. 1 , John Ayers , As we are limited to the number c ould not be taken in at this time . You know what happens when Greek meets Greek ! Sure , they start a restaurant . Senior—Did you ever see a wooden marriage ? Frosh—No , what kind of a marriage is that...
"THE ONCE-A-WEEK " [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 29 October 1926
THE ONCE-A-WEEK Student Publication of the ConservatO . ry of Music • Ithaca , New York GEMEVIEVE ELLIOTT - . - . - • - _- - - -. E _^ iif or-ln-Chief KATHRYN . BOYLES • - - - -, - - _1 , ; _ _ . _• • _&gt;• _Associate Editors _EVELYN BOZMAN - • - • - • . - _.. _. - - J EVELYN SWANK . - - - - - - . - _Business Manager MARIE BARTON - . . - - - - _Assistant _- Business Mana g er
"Bard " Is Here [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 29 October 1926
Bard Is Here Criticism class _Wednesday morning didn t amount to much as _~ a class , but it certainly was sociable ! Why ? Estus Bardwell walked in , fresh from Detroit , Michigan . Seemed like old times , didn t it ? • Welcome home , old man . ——— _i i _-T _^ . — Dear Folks , Reall y weve been too busy getting settled into the swing of things to make much of a ripple on the social and literary life of I . C . M ., but now , we are ready 10 work and _play with _tnc re _» t and _boost the Once-a-Week with might and main . Perhaps you d be interested to know that Janice Greene is our new president and she _certainly fills the office admirably . Her sunny disposition discloses immediately the fact that she is from the _sunny southland . _; We _also had a most enjoyable hike out to Buttermilk Falls . Delicious refreshments and the very highest spirit of fun and good sportsmanship were the main features of the occasion . So you see we haven t been idling time _either We are all busy , h...
"Mu Phi " [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 29 October 1926
Mu Phi M aster mischief oft holds sway but it s U Itra fine to chase grief away . P enetrating every hall H appiness echoes from wall to wall I nto the hearts of one and all E ntertainment P lay and S ong I nspire- and help the whole day L ong 0 h , how happy we all should be : N one so joyous and young as we . Th ey say Men Prefer Blondes —those desirfng information on the subject apply to Jimmie _ _Kavanaugh . He seems to be upholdin _g the proverb . - . , I never can remember the moving pictures I ve _seen . How s that ? _ They go in one eye and out the other .
Phi Mu Alphalites [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 29 October 1926
Phi Mu Alphalites After the Fraternity meeting Tuesday nigh t , Brother Lyon chaperoned brothers Gelder , Nettleton and Witzler on a snipe hunting excursion out the lake road . It is rumored some of the farmers missed several apples the next morning . Brother Porter in his pursuit for happiness has taken up chess . _• Brother Beeler was a guest of Brother A . Smith at his home in Canisteo over the week end . While there he met Brother Angell and Howard Foster who send their love to the student body . He kissed her on the cheek , It seemed a harmless frolic He _s- been laid up a week They say , with painter s colic .
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 29 October 1926
Alumni Personals Franklin Gergits 1924 , visited The Con . a few days ago . _He has started violin classes at Sayre , Pa ., and says he will come to see _us often . He is also teaching in Northampton , Pa ., Bethlehem , Pa ., Alientown , Pa . Mr . Gergits did . some radio ensemble work over Radio Station W . S . A . M ., October 12 th , 1926. Alice Ridley who was graduatedin 1924 and who , received her B . 0. E . _degree last year _visited The Conservatory last Saturday . . Misa Ridley is teaching expression in the public school of Batavia , N . Y . Her address is _} 1 Tracy St .
To the Rainbow Men [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 29 October 1926
To the Rainbow Men Rainbow _men , we think you re fine You sure have a worthy line . Come again . We would like to hear you more • Than we ev . er have before When we can . _Other- songs _like that on onions _Makes us laugh from bob to bunion _s May you always keep the fun in I . C . M .