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Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 11 April 1927
FASHIONS SPRING The season that calls Spring the peak of fashion in _- frocks , suits , millinery and footwear finds us fully prep ared with forth coats _» I _* models - - featuring new smart r for style favorites _. Presented your easy selection _, here Chic styles for Miss in the smart modes for every hour of the fashionable Woman _ s Day , 1 » , ROTHSCHILD BROS
"THE TRUTH" IS COMING [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 18 April 1927
THE TRUTH IS COMING Next Friday evening , April 22 , at 8:15 , the Williams School of Expression presents The Truth in the Little Theater . The Truth is a four act drama by Clyde Fitch and its going to be really good . Here s the cast : Mr . Warder ------- _- _J ames Kavanaugh Mr . Roland -------- Floyd Fox Mr . Lindon ------- Marshall W hitehead Becky Warder - - - - - - - - Flora Barger Eve Lindon --------- Anne _Little Laura _Eraser -------- Virginia Kuschke Mrs . Genevieve Crespigney ----- Dorothy Walsh The maid --------- _Ann Wood Messenger Boy -------- Tann Moesta
EGBERT FORMAL , A GALA EVENT [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 18 April 1927
EGBERT FORMAL , A GALA EVENT Egbert Hall entertained at its formal Thursday evening , March 24 _, from ten until one-thirty o clock . Music was furnished by Sis Rileys orchestra , and was good to the last note . That wasn t so good because everybody was sorry to hear it as it meant _good-night . The spacious rooms of the hall were lovely with their varied lighting effects and easily accomodated the sixteen couples present . The programs were in the shape of a large E and were numbered inside for twelve dances . The committee on arrangements included Ada Montgomery , Jane Riley , and Everetta Fisher . Chaperons were Mrs . Keep and Miss Sherrill . Good luck is a lazy man s estimate of a worker s success . High quality at low cost . There ain t no sich animule .
CALENDAR FOR WEEK OF APRIL 18 [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 18 April 1927
CALENDAR FOR WEEK OF APRIL 18 Mon . A . M . 8:15—Assembly 9:00—Chaperons Meeting—Williams Hall P . M . 7:30—Fraternity and Sorority Meetings 8:15—Faculty Recital by Lillian Speakman , Mary Louise Evans . Little Theatre Tues . P . M . 4:00—Recital—Little Theatre . Wed . Oh , Classes n things ! School is liRe that ! Thurs . P . M . 4:00—Faculty Recital Fri . P . M . 8:15— The Truth , a four act drama , Little Theatre Sat . P . M . 3:00—Senior Recital by Evelyn Bozeman— Pygmalion . Sun . Church and The Sunday Paper
LAST CONWAY RECITAL [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 18 April 1927
LAST CONWAY RECITAL The last Conway Recital of the season was given in the Little Theatre , Sunday afternoon , Apri l 17. Of course , it was well attended and highly appreciated , for Conways Recitals always are ! R . Halten Confer was the saxaphone soloist . Raymond Mayer and Lee _Small were featured in a Clarinet Duet . Mary Aldrich sang the Kerry Dance . We hear that Mr . Conway and a number of his men are going to play at Wildwood , New Jersey _^ during the summer season . If we haven t decided on a defi- ^ nite camping ground for vacation , it is pretty certain we will soon be looking up the rates to Wildwood . If you saw a girl with the heel of her shoe coming off , _would you call her Lucille ?
A REAL HEROINE IN OUR MIDST [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 18 April 1927
A REAL HEROINE IN OUR MIDST Shh ! Don t tell her we said this _. because she insists on disclaiming all credit and honor , —but seriously , Kathryn Olson did a very brave act the other night . Kathryn , you all know , is the girl you often see at the switch board in the front office . On the evening of March 21 st , during a performance of The Full House in the Little Theatre , Kathryn discovered a fire in the waste basket in the Lobby . In a very few minutes , a real fire would have had a head start on the building ! But she grabbed the burning basket , and carried it out to the street where it was soon annihilated . Kathryn certainly saved the day for her Alma Mater and she deserves a great amount of credit for her levelheaded bravery .
PROGRAM MONDAY APRIL 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 18 April 1927
PROGRAM MONDAY APRIL 1 Theme and Variations in A Flat Major - - - Liadow Balcony Scene ------ Shakespeare arranged from Romeo &amp; Juliet Act II Scene 2 a . Romanze ------- Rosenthal b . Concert Waltz ------ - Frimi Humoresque , Cutting from the novel - - - Hurst _Rhapsodic No . 12 - - - - - - - Liszt Lillian Speahrian—reader Mary Louise Evans—pianist
GOOD MANNERS WEEK [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 18 April 1927
GOOD MANNERS WEEK Last week was Good Manners Week at the Conservatory ! It started Monday morning with an inspiring little talk in Assembly by Dr . Ott . Immediately the fun began ! Oh such gallantry was never equalled ! Doors were opened and held open until the fairer sex passed through ; pencils were _rescued from the floor ; books no more than landed on the floor until they were scrambled after by at _least six noble men who happened to be in the vicinity . Was she a trifle warm ? Oh , a window must go up immediately ! Then suppose the scene was laid on Cayuga Street ; the characters ( two ) in the process of strolling ; might he so impose upon the laws of proper procedure as to go to the awful extreme of applying a lighted match to a Camel , and walk a mile afterwards ?? My ! This was too much ! At a dance , would she like to sit this one out , —or so sorry to have said darn ( or worse !) when it really wasn t intended ! Was there a chair to be moved , ay ! even a piano ; why , ...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 18 April 1927
W anted : A large soft shoulder for Ickie Reed s head to rest upon so _thai she may sleep in comfort while in class . They fear that she will suffer with Chyphosis unless some kind person will volunteer for this service . Anyone interested in this ad , _please apply to Dr . Sharpe s School , Services will be needed during every period , so do not apply unless you have nothing but vacant periods . _Wanted : A dress _designed that has a place for four fraternity _pins at once . Griffis H all girl . _Wanted : A man with a big car , a Raccoon coat and lot of ready cash . Griff is Hall girl . _Wanted : A porch without a light . Griffis Hall girl . A PUBLIC BENEFACTOR Valet : What shall I do with this old clothing , sir ? Philanthropist : Give it to the Near East Relief . Valet : And these old books and magazines ? Philanthropist : The Salvation Army . Valet : And shall I throw away these old pen points ? Philanthropi _st : No . Give em to the Post Office Department . —Life
OH ! DEATH ! WHERE ! IS !??! [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 18 April 1927
OH ! DEATH ! WHERE ! IS !??! A dull rumbling crept up gradually from Elocution Hall _through the Conservatory until it finall y reached a screaming crescendo . The roar of rushing feet shook the whole building , and cries of despair rose and fell in desperate frenzy . The entire freshman class fled with frantic confusion up the stairs , tore out of the lobby , and filled the out of doors with shrieks of agonizing disillusionment . A lone woman followed the crazied group , pleading , and begging for respite with outstretched hands . And eerie wail drowned out her appeals . _Shouts of immediate suicide were heard . Pandemonium reigned supreme . The _girls and boys of the Green had been fooled ; utterly fooled . Bitter _ly disillusioned . Mis s _Spearman s voice had caug ht on a vowel . E . W .
A WORD FROM DR . SHARPE [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 18 April 1927
A WORD FROM DR . SHARPE A kiss shortens human life three minutes , students in the department of Physiology of Exercise in Dr . Sharpe s School have decided . By experimentation , it has been shown that a kiss causes such palpitation of the heart that the extra _beats of the orga n amount to the normal number taking place in three minutes . Figures that are interesting if _true show that + 80 kisses would shorten life by one full day , and 3 , 360 kisses would eliminate one week , Phy Eds take heed , if you want to live to a _ripe old age . MISS HUGGER BECOMES EXPERT FISHER-WOMAN She can take a fly from her left foot and perch from her right .
"THE ONCE-A-WEEK " [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 18 April 1927
THE ONCE-A-WEEK _Student Publication of the Ithaca Conservatory and Affiliated _Schools Ithaca , New York GEHBVIEVE ELLIOTT ------- _Editor-in-Chief KATHRYN BOYLES ------ _1 EVELYN BOZEMAN -------- _j- _Associate _Editor _, EVELYN SWANK ------- Business Manager MARIE BARTON ----- _Assistant _Business Manager Printed by the NORTON _PRINTING COMPANY , Ithaca , N . Y .
LITTLE ESSAYS ON GREAT SUBJECTS [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 18 April 1927
LITTLE ESSAYS ON GREAT SUBJECTS by Doris Joy Starr No . 2. Love . This is indeed , a hazardous undertaking , —to endeavo r to capture Love in some tangible form , imprison it within the boundaries of a column of cold type , and there scrutinize it impersonally . In the first place , Love in a tangible form is amazingly elusive . Ask a thousand persons What is Love ? and you will receive a thousand different replies . To the artist it may be a glorious inspiration , to the cynic a fire swiftly burned to ashes , to the scientist it may mean simply the blind urge of nature , to the laborer an anchorage of content and rest . And so on infinitely . Moreover every thousand and-onerh person will invariably tell you that there is no such a thing as Love at all . It s hard to imagine a human being whose world is absolutely empty of love , —whose life is deliberately locked and barred against it . What strange bitterness must have consumed the soul of the man or woman who rejects the existanc...
ADVICE TO WILLIAMS HALL GIRLS [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 18 April 1927
ADVICE TO WILLIAMS HALL GIRLS BY MAY BE Dear Miss May Be , I am a violin student at the Conservatory and up to the present time I have practiced faithfully for fifteen minutes each day . But somehow , since spring is here , my thoughts have turned to love , and I am no longer interested in my violin . The girls at the hall are very impatient with me for wasting my time and so I am very unhappy . Don t you think that I am justified in my actions ? I would appreciate advice from you and I will certainly do as you say . Please help me , Miss May Be , for my life seems almost unbearable , now . Unhappy Jeanette Dutcher * * _* » Dear Miss Dutcher , My advice to you is this : Buckle down to hard work and forget love . You are a very foolish girl to neglect your music and I hope and pray that you will refo rm at once . Oh my dear child , remember that opportunity knocks but once and let your motto be Excelsior . Yours for advice , May Be . _» « « _* Dear Miss May Be—I have been living in W...
ITHACA TRUST CO [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 18 April 1927
ITHACA TRUST CO Resources over 7 Million Every Banking Facility Indianapolis News : Its most time to drag out last spring s suit _ac see if it is good for another 10 , 000 miles . Louisville Times . Although women are now wearing onefifth of the clothes they wore ten years ago , hooks _in just as scarce for husbands . only aboa closets an Nashville Banner . A Maine man given a life sentence has stoppd _eating . That is one rather sure way to shorten his time of imprisonmeni Florence ( Ala . ) Herald . Fashion note—Knees will be worn longei next season . Portsmouth Times . A pessimist says the greatest economic wasit is to kill a perfectly good sheep to make a college diploma . Atlanta Constitution . We will say this for the radio announcel ; When he says good-night he doesn t stand at the door for ten minutes after saying it . Maybe what s wrong with _this generation is that too many _parent _) slippers are being worn out on the dancing floor . Student : May I be excused ? I dont fe...