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MTJ _PHI EPSILON [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 18 April 1927
MTJ _PHI EPSILON . Monday seemed to be cleaning day at the Mu Phi house . Everyone was _trying , between classes , to repair the ravages _made during the last few days before vacation . They have certainly been successful . We were all very sorry to miss seeing Dorothy Ryker , and Ruth MacDangall who put on their clever vaudeville act at the Strand last week . Ruth and Dorothy are Mu Phi s from Kappa Chapter in Indianapolis . _Leila _, however , was lucky enough to hear them and to have them as her guest at dinner one night . ( One week has elapsed ) The house seems unusually _quiet to-night , but doubtless the sleeping porch is the scene of many vacation tales , so I must hie me hence and tune in on these _bed-time stories . Even though it is hard to leave home , it s wonderfu l to be back , isnt it ? THE REASON A _young man said to a girl , bitterly : Why did you flirt with me ? Why did you let roe take you motoring and bathing and sailing every day ? Why did you encourage me when...
SIGMA SIDELIGHTS [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 18 April 1927
SIGMA SIDELIGHTS Every day is work day ! _With all the old members studying for exam to-morrow , the one new one in the house is having a grand time . Lillian Speakman and Mary Louise Evans are going to give their faculty recital to-night and Thursday night April 21 , fifteen Sigmas ar&amp; going to Clifton _Springs to give a program . Then April 22 Lillian Speakman and Mary Lou and Peg Daum are going to Interlaken to give a program . They re also , some where or another doing their little ditties for someone or another on April 20. Ask them about it , I can t remember . At least we know they are quite the popular young entertainers . The formal dinner was Saturday night this week and in charge of Marga ret Jacobs who planned beautiful decorations to celebrate Easter . Mr . and Mrs . Swank who were here for the week-end were guests at the dinner . Mary Louise and Kitten Evans are glad to have had their father here over Easter too . E . M . S .
Page 5 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 18 April 1927
Brown &amp; Delavan JEWELERS il - r _^ T 156 East State Street Ithaca , N . Y . _Established 1870 Musical _Merchandise Our Stock is _Complete Exclusive Conn _Agency Teaching . Music . Schirmer Library . Century Edition . Clayton F . Summy Edition Piano Folios Direct Service with Forei gn Publishers Doylemarx Harper formerl y M . Doyle Marks Co 105 N . AURORA ST . Established _1860
WHO'S WHO AT THE CON [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 18 April 1927
WHOS WHO AT THE CON Alice Stone ( Miss ) who is so constantly mistaken for a student that we have forgotten she is Alumnae Secretary . , Thelma Hingre , who came back pale and hollow-eyed from holidays . Too many dances , Thelma , make little girls _look dissipated . Ester Kuntz , who astounds us with her Public Speaking , which is worthy even of Assembly . Nick di Nardo who says he just loves to work on a farm , especially his friends , Don Chartier . Lois Conant , who passed through the first Amard initiation with the serene expression worn only by those in love . In the Spring , etc . John Much a , who has control of his temperament at last . He appeared in recital last week . i Irate father ( to lazy son ) : Why are you always ly ing about the house ? Lazy son : I never did ! Dont think much of the old shack , but I never said so . One Maiden Lady : He didnt tell me he loved me , but he kissed me . Dont worry then ; he must love you . Another
MONARCH RESTA U RANT [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 18 April 1927
MONARCH RESTA U RANT Eat at 204 E . State St . Fresh Fish Served Every Da _\ Why are you running ? To stop a fight . Who s fighting ? Oh , just me and another freshman . May : I have a cold or something in my head . Irma : A cold , undoubtdely . Cleaning Pressing Repairing
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 18 April 1927
Tough : Gee , dat s a pretty boid . Puff : Dat ain t no boid ; it s a bird . Tough : S funny , it sings like a boid . —The Tattler . Four of my teeth are loose . Why don t you use tooth _paste ?—The Tattler . Good-bye , dear . Will you write me just a few lines—even it it only a check ? Why , my dear boy . Why did you cut that worm in two ? Aw , lady _, it looked , so lonesome . She : A kiss speaks volumes , they say . He : Yes , don t you think it would be a good idea to _start library ? She ( watching airplane ) : Look how gracefully she He : Ill have you know that s a mail plane . sai s ! PLAIN ENGLISH Doctor , if there is anything the matter with me half to death by giving it a long , _scientific name . it is in plain English . Well , sir , to be frank , you are lazy . Thank you , doctor . Now tell me the scientific got to report to the missus . me _, don t fri ghten Just tell me what fnr Tvc name Policeman : Wot are yer standing ere for ? Loafer : Nuffiunk . Policeman : Well , ...